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Photo by: Gordon King 



Election Day 

Tuesday, March 14, 2006 

8:00am to 7:00pm 

Winnisquam Regional Middle School 

Gymnasium 
76 Winter Street, Tilton, NH 



Town Meeting 

Saturday, March 18, 2006 

8:00am 

Winnisquam Regional High School 

Cafetorium 
435 West Main Street, Tilton, NH 



School District Meeting 

Saturday, March 25, 2006 

8:00am 

Winnisquam Regional High School 

Gymnasium 
435 West Main Street, Tilton, NH 



2005 Tilton Annual Report 



Town of Tilton, NH 

Telephone Directory 



Dial 911 for Police, Fire, Medical, or Emergency Services 
Town Web Site: www.tiltonnh.org 



Fax: (603)286-3519 


Town Offices: 




Assessor 


(603)286-4521 


Building Permits (Inspector) 


(603)286-7817 


Finance Officer 


(603)286-7817 


Health Officer 


(603)286-7817 


Highway Department 


(603)286-4721 


Planning Board 


(603)286-7817 


Selectman's Office 


(603)286-4521 


Sewer Commission 


(603)286-4606 


Town Administrator 


(603)286-4521 


Tax Collector 


(603)286-4425 


Town Clerk 


(603)286-4425 


Welfare (Health & Human Services) 


(603)286-7817 


Zoning Board of Adjustment 


(603)286-7817 


Schools: 




Sanbornton Central Grades K-5 


(603)286-8223 


Southwick School Grades 3-5 


(603)286-3611 


Tilton School Private 


(603)286-2016 


Union Sanborn Preschool- 2 


(603)286-4332 


Winnisquam Regional High Grades 9-12 


(603)286-4531 


Winnisquam Regional Middle Grades 6-8 


(603)286-7143 


Superintendents Office 


(603)286-4116 


Fire: 




Non-Emergency 


(603)286-4781 


Fax 


(603)286-4787 


Police: 

Animal Control Officer 


(603)286-8207 


Non-Emergency 


(603)286-8207 


Fax 


(603)286-2354 



2005 Tilton A.nnua.1 Report 



Town of Tilton, NH 

Telephone Directory 



Post Offices: 

Lochmere 

Tilton 

Winnisquam 



(603)286-4723 
(603)286-4592 
(603)286-3317 



Library: 

Hall Memorial Library 



(603)286-8971 



Other Services: 

Cable TV 
Electric (PSNH) 
Water (TN Aqueduct) 
Water (Lochmere District) 
BestWay (Garbage Removal) 
Parks & Recreation (The Pines) 



(603)524-4425 

1-800-662-7764 

(603)286-4213 

(603)524-7852 

(603)524-5881 

(603)286-8653 



Places of Worship: 

Calvary Independent Baptist 
Lakes Region Church of Christ 
Lochmere Baptist 
T/N Congregational 
Praise Assembly of God 
St. Mary of the Assumption 
T/N United Methodist 
Trinity Episcopal 



(603)286-4525 
(603)286-7878 
(603)524-7344 
(603)286-4253 
(603)286-3007 
(603)286-4445 
(603)286-4443 
(603)286-3120 



Other: 



Greater Laconia Transit Authority 
NH Veterans Home 
Tanger Outlet Center 
Youth Assistance Program 



(603)528-2496 
(603)527-4400 
(603)286-7880 
(603)286-8577 



Annual Report 

For The 

Town of Tilton, NH 



For The Year Ending 
December 31, 2005 



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his year the Tilton Town Report is dedicated to a charismatic man who is committed to the 

aesthetic enhancement of our quaint community through volunteerism and investment in Town 
activities. 

X atrick V_^ lark is a member of the Rotary, the Park Committee, and much to the benefit of the 
Town of Tilton, a member of our community. 




L at has been a member of the Rotary since about 1988, he has thrown himself into this service, 

including preparation for the annual fishing derby and working in the snack wagon. He also 
cooks BBQ chicken and takes it down to the sentries who watch over newly delivered fish on 
Saturday night. 



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.e is one of the MC's for the Rotary Radio Auction every year, as well as helping to organize 
all the donations for the auction. 




L at was one of the primary forces in starting the Annual Rotary Golf Tournament at the 

Lochmere Country Club, which raises money for local vocational scholarships. He works 
diligently every year to ensure a full roster of golfers, then is there on the day of the tournament 
to help things run smoothly. 



ach year, during the Old Home Day celebration, Pat can be found, in his normal jovial way, 
hawking food and drink from the Rotary Snack Wagon, a job he volunteers for each year. The 



Rotary bestowed upon Pat, the Paul Harris Fellow. This is the highest honor bestowed upon a 
Rotarian. 




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bout a year ago Pat even talked his wife, Sukie, into chaperoning a middle school dance 

(their children have been out of middle school for about 10 years) because they would have had 
to cancel it due to lack of chaperones. He just couldn't stand to see that happen. 



at was awarded Citizen of the Year for Tilton in a previous year. 



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.ost recently his focus has been on the Town of Tilton Riverfront Park Committee. He is co- 
chair of this committee, along with Center Sanders. Pat has put unbelievable time and energy 
into this project, wanting it to be a center for families and community, and to preserve the history 
and heritage of the setting. He's constantly butting heads with those who disagree with him on 
key issues, but somehow has begun to win them over to his side, bit by bit. We're going to end 
up with an incredibly beautiful and useful park, largely due to his efforts and diligence. 



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ne effort Pat recently made was to canvas the state and find obsolete flack jackets from 

Police Departments. He drove around and picked them up (about 60 in all), packed them up, and 
shipped them over to Traq to his nephew's unit, which had no government issued body 
protection. And of course, if anyone ever needs help, either moving furniture, fixing a tractor, 
painting a house, splitting cordwood, or just leaning on a truck shooting the breeze, Pat will be 
there. 



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hank you Pat Clark for your dedication to our community and to the preservation of our 
heritage. We are honored to have you as a member of our Town. 



A PROCLAMATION 

PRESENTED TO 

(Ruth Smith 

THE BOSTON POST CANE 

"WHEREAS, In L909 Edwin A. Grozier, publisher of die Boston Post, in an arrempt ro boost the 
newspapers sagging circulation, established the tradition of presenting a Boston Post Cane to the 
oldest resident of each New England town bv distributing "00 canes to towns across Xew England: 
and 

WHEREAS, the Town of Tilton has honored the tradition since its inception; and 

WHEREAS, in die year of our Lord 20<>5. die Town of Tilton is pleased to recognize and honor 
its most important senior citizen; and 

WHEREAS. Ruth Smith has been nominated to be the recipient of a replica Boston Post Cane in 
recognition of her distinguished age of ninety - nine years, in addition to her charm and grace: 

NOW THEREFORE, die Town of Tilton is pleased to present Rudi Smith with die replica 
Boston Post Cane: and 

FURTHERMORE, the Town of Tilton shall proudly display an engrayed plate bearing the name 
of Ruth Smith so that present and future generations will know of the high esteem by which she is 

held. 

Given under our hands on this the 9th day of November 2005, by the Tilton Board of 
Selectmen with very best wishes and out expression of hope for future good fortune and 
continued success in all endeavors. 




Ruth Smith and her nephew. Joe Amalfitano 



2005 Tilton A.nnual Report 



Recognition 



The Town of Tilton would like to acknowledge Konover Development 

Corporation for the above and beyond donations to multiple Town of Tilton 

initiatives. Konover Development Corporation has exemplified what large 

business can do to support small towns while at the same time bringing in large 

businesses. 

Through Konover Development's vice president Dusty McMahan, the 

Corporation has donated nearly one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) in 

gifts in kind to the Tilton Riverfront Park. These funds have financed 

engineering costs, signage, and fundraising materials. 

The purchase of Buffalo Park was again Konover Development Corporation's 

initiative of doing more than the minimum. Do to large areas of wetlands on 

the current site of Lowe's, Konover Development Corporation was required to 

supply the Town with a Wedands Mitigation of equal proportion. Rather then 

doing the minimum, they asked the Conservation Commission what areas 

would be of interest to the Town. Once The Commission identified Buffalo 

Park, Dusty McMahan made it happen. 

The Konover Development Corporation has set high standards for future 

businesses as they approach the Town of Tilton for proposed development. 

We thank you for your commitment to our community 



Table of Contents 



2005 Tax Rate Calculation 26 

2005-2006 Winnisquam Regional Apportionment 28 

Alternate School Funding Committee 108 

Board of Selectmen 30 

Building Inspector 43 

Child & Family Services Lakes Region Office 121 

Comparative Statement of Expenditures 22 

Concord Regional Recycling Co-op 48 

Conservation Commission 106 

Executive Councilor 128 

Forest Fire Warden & State Forest Ranger 67 

Hall Memorial Library .....104 

Human Service Department 50 

Lakes Region Planning Commission 114 

Minutes of 2005 Election 14 

Minutes of 2005 Town Meeting 16 

New Beginnings 120 

Northeast Recovery 46 

New Hampshire Humane Society 118 

Park Cemetery Association 103 

Planning Board 42 

Police Chief 54 

Police Station Study Group 58 

Public Works Director 45 

River Front Park Committee 107 

Schedule of Properties 24 

Sewer Commissioner 39 

Spring Clean-up 49 

Summary of Inventory 20 



Table of Contents 



Tax Collector 32 

Tax Rate Comparison 27 

Tilton Highway Safety Committee 116 

Tilton Historical Museum 119 

Tilton Island Concerts & Schedule 126 

Tilton Main Street Program 109 

Tilton-Northfield Fire Chief 64 

Tilton-Northfield Fire District 2005 Minutes of District Meeting..... 60 

Tilton-Northfield Fire District Auditors 62 

Tilton-Northfield Fire District Treasurer 63 

Tilton-Northfield Old Home Day 112 

Tilton-Northfield Recreation Council 110 

Tilton-Northfield Water District 117 

Tilton-Northfield Fire District Emergency Incidents 66 

Town Auditors 29 

Town Information 9 

Town Clerk 36 

Town Officers 10 

Town Treasurer 31 

Trustees of the Trust Funds 35 

Visiting Nurse Association 123 

Vital Statistics 129 

Winnisquam Fire Department 59 

Youth Assistance Program 124 

Youth Opportunities Program (TNS) 122 

Zoning Board of Adjustment 38 

Insert: Town Warrant / 2006 Proposed Municipal Budget 

Fire District Meeting Warrant / 2006 Proposed Fire District Budget 







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Town Information 



On the 28 th of October 1748, a petition containing 60 names was addressed to His Majesty, 
King George II, asking for a tract of land in this vicinity. Before granting, it was found that 
the land desired came within the Masoman claim. These 60 petitioners then addressed the 
Masoman proprietors for the tract of land, which they granted with the provision that they 
(the grantors) should name 20 other grantees. The petitioners accepted their proposal, and 
the land was granted on December 31, 1748. The first settlement of Sanbornton occurred 
within the present town of Tilton. 

The first action taken in regard to formation of the Town of Tilton was a petition 
presented to the General Court in 1850. In 1860 two special Town meetings were held in 
the Old Town of Sanbornton to act on the division of the Town, but nothing came of it. 
A special Town Meeting was held on May 18, 1869. The motion was approved for the 
formation of the Town of Tilton and on June 30,1869, the division was approved by 
Oslow Stearns, Governor of the State of New Hampshire. 

The name "Tilton" was adopted in honor of the Charles E. Tilton family, it's wealthiest 
citizen, whose magnificent gifts to and pride of his native village has done much to render 
Tilton one of the most beautiful and attractive communities in the area. 

Government: A five member Board of Selectmen governs Tilton. Legislative policy, 

including passage of the Town Budget, is determined by the annual Town Meeting. The 

Town provides a full array of governmental services. 

The Town Hall is located at 257 Main Street. Town office hours are 8:30am to 4:15pm 

Monday through Friday. The Town Clerks office is open until 5:30pm on Thursday 

evenings. 

Town Clerk: Voter registration can be completed with either the Supervisors of the 

Checklist or with the Town Clerk. New voter registrations for local, state or federal 

elections may be done at the polls on election day. Absentee ballots are available to 

qualified voters for all elections. 

Dog licenses expire on April 30 of each year. A dog must be licenses at 3 months of age 

and a rabies certificate is required. Fees are $6.50 for neutered/spayed animals and $9.00 is 

unaltered. A penalty of $1 per month is assessed as of June l bt for each unlicensed dog. 

Property Taxes: Tilton collects property taxes semi-annually in July and December. The 

tax year is from April 1 st through March 31 st of the following year. Property is assessed as 

of April 1 st . A Town wide revaluation was completed in 2005. 

Police: The Tilton Police Department is located at 179 East Main Street. 

Public Works: The Public Works Department/Transfer Station is located at 581 West 

Main Street. The Transfer Station is open Wednesdays from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and 

Saturdays from 9:00am to 1:00pm. A Town Transfer Station window decal is required. 

These may be obtained at the Highway Garage or Town Offices. 

Library: Hall Memorial Library, serving Tilton & Northfield, is located at 1 8 Park Street in 

Northfield, just over the Town Line. The Library is open Monday and Thursday 10:00am 

to 8:00pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and on Saturday 

from 10:00am to 2:00pm. 



People Serving Tilton 

Governor 

John Lvnch 

Representative in Congress 
Charles Bass (District 2) 

Executive Councilor 
Raymond Burton ■Vistria 1) 

State Senator 
Robert K. Bovce T)istrict4) 

State Representatives 

Gail C. Morrison 
William B. Tobin 



Board of Selectmen 

Richard Manseau, Chair 
Kathenne Dawson. Vice Chair 
Robert Brown 
Steven O'Lean - 
David E. Wadleigh 

Town Moderator 

Kenneth Randall 

Town Clerk 

Cynthia D. Reinartz 

Deputv: Carole Chase 'azzoir.uz. 

Tax Collector 

Susanne Fecteau 

Deputv: Eliza Conde (appointed) 



Trustee of Trust Funds 



2008 
2007 

2006 
2006 
2008 



2006 



2008 



2008 



Town Treasurer 

Sandra Hyslop 2006 

Deputv: Joanne D'Abbraccio (appointed) 



Supervisors of Checklist 

Bernard W. Chapman. Chair 
Sallv Lawrence 
Richard Montembeault 



2010 
200" 
2006 



Tim Pearson 


2007 


Joseph Plessner 


200" 


Robert Szot 


200" 


Budget Committee 




Robert Szot. Chair 


2006 


Benjamin Labelle 


2008 


Toseph Plessner 


2006 


Charles Q. Hall 


2006 


Robert Sharon 


200" 


Steven O'Leary (ex officio) 


2006 



Libran - Trustees 

Annette Judy Sanders 

Leif Martinson 

Eliza Conde 

Ken Xorton 

Man" Todt (replaced S. Herman) 

Man" Ahlgren. Librarian 

Sewer Commission 

Peter H. Fogg Sr.. Chair 
Tohn McCarviU 
David E. Wadleieh 
Tohanna Ames, Assistant 



Life 
Life 
Life 
2007 

2006 



2008 
200" 
2006 



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Administrative Officers 





Alice MacKinnon 


Town Administrator 






Joseph 


l Plessner 


Building Inspector 
Compliance Officer 
Health Officer 






Marie Mahoney 


Assistant Health Officer 






Katherine Yeo 


Finance Officer 






Sandy 


Plessner 


Land Use Admin Assistant 






Catherine Woessner 


Secretary to Selectmen 








Highway Depa 


irtment 






Dennis Allen 


Director of Public Works 






Arthur Demass 


Foreman 






John Bilodeau 


Driver/ Laborer 






Albert 


Laliberte 


Driver/ Lm borer 






Fred Wells 


Driver/ laborer 




Planning Board 






Lakes Region Planning Commission 


Michelle Jackson, Chair 


2007 


Katherine Dawson 


2008 


George Helwig 




2008 


Robert Sharon 


2008 


Mike Curley 




2009 


Dennis Allen 


2006 


Sandy Plessner 




2009 






Sarah Paratore 




2008 


Alternate School Funding Committee 


Robert Sharon 




2007 


Scott Davis, Chair 




Katherine Dawson (ex officio) 


2006 


Joseph Plessner 




Robert Brown (alt. Ex officio) 


2006 


Sarah Paratore 










Foster Peverley 




Zoning Board of Adjustment 






Foster Peverly, Chair 




2007 


Winnisquam Regional School Board 


Normand Boudreau 




2008 


Larry Prince, Chair (Tilton) 


2007 


Calvin Brown 




2006 


Pam Washburn (Tilton) 


2006 


Sandv Plessner 

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2006 


Kevin Washburn (Tilton) 


2008 


Center Sanders 




2007 


Nina Gardner (Sanbomton) 
Lynn Chong (Sanbomton) 
Thomas Salatiello (Sanbomton) 


2008 
2007 
2006 


Conservation Commission 




Aurlow Stanley (Northfield) 


2008 


Charles Mitchell, Chair 


2008 


David Foster (Northfield) 


2007 


Robert Hardy 




2008 


Valerie Allen (Northfield) 


2006 


Susan Clark 




2007 






Helen Hanks 




2008 


Tilton-Northfield Fire District 


Paul Rushlow 




2006 


Stephen Carrier, Fire Chief 




Jon Scanlon 




2007 


Tom Gallant, Chair 


2008 


Ben Wadleigh 




2006 


Andrew Sleeper, Commissioner 


2006 


Eliza Conde, Secretary 




Harold Harbour, Commissioner 


2007 








Scott McGuffin, Moderator 


2006 


Park Commission 






Janine Vary, Clerk 


2006 


Robert Hardy 




2008 


Roland Seymour, Treasurer 


2006 


Victoria Virgin 




2006 







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Police Department 



Chief of Police 

Kent Chapman 

Sergeants 

Ryan Martin 



Captain 

Owen R. Wellington 

Corporals 

Bruce A. Clough 
Richard P. Paulhus 



Detectives 

Michael Farrington 
Robert Dupuis 

Officers 

Eric Adams 
Norman Ashburn 
Jonathon Snyder 
Matt Dawson 
Joshua Haney 
Nathan Morrison 
William Patten 
Justin Adams 
Merek Weisensee 
Luke Pinault 



Prosecutor 

Bruce A. Clough 



Patrol Supervisor 

Ryan Martin 

Animal Control Officer 

William Patten 

School Resource Officer 

Richard P. Paulhus 

Explorer Advisor 

Merek Weisensee 



Special Officers 

Robert Dupuis 
Robert Kawejsza 
Bart Perillo 
John Raffaelly 



Staff 

Lisa Auger 
Cheryl Ashburn 
Cheryl Keenan 
Brian Dumka 



Administrative Assistant 
Office Assistant 
Dispatcher 
Dispatcher 



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2005 Tilton Annual Report 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
TOWN OF TILTON 
2005 TOWN ELECTION 



Moderator, Mr. Kenneth Randall, called the 2005 Town Election to order on March 8, 2005 at 8:00 a.m. at 
the Winnisquam Regional Middle School. 

Mr. Randall read the first three articles on the warrant and announced that the business meeting would be 
held on Saturday, March 12, 2004 at 8:00 a.m. at the Winnisquam Regional High School. He then led the 
assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance. 

The polls were then declared open. Prior to the opening of the polls Center Sanders verified that the 
ballot box was empty the box was then sealed and the voting machine was zeroed. The absentee ballots 
were processed at 2:00 p.m. as posted. 

Motion by J. Shepherd, seconded by L. Burns to declare the polls closed. Motion passed. Polls were 
declared closed at 7:00 p.m. 

The total number of ballots cast was 404; the total number of registered voters at the close of the polls was 

2279. 



Article 1. To choose all necessary town officers for the ensuing year as presented on the ballot prepared 
for the same. 



For Selectman — 3 years — vote for two 
Domenic Canzano 55 

James Foye 113 

Richard Manseau 212 

David Wadleigh, Sr. 270 



For Budget Committee — 3 years - vote for two 
Benajmin Labelle 327 

Tim Pearson Write in 2 



For Sewer Commissioner - 3 years - vote for one 
For Town Clerk - 3 rears — vote for one Peter H. Fogg 349 

Cvnthia Reinartz 21" 

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Katherine A. Yeo 1 80 For Trustee of Trust Funds — 2 years— vote for one 

Joseph Plessner 323 

For Tax Collector — 3 years — vote for one 

Susanne Fecteau 310 For Supervisor of Checklist — 5 years - vote for one 

Roger J. Pitzer 70 Bernard W. Chapman 354 



For Treasurer — 1 year — vote for one 
Sandra J. Hyslop 340 



For Budget Committee — 1 year — vote for one 
Charles Q. Hall 323 



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Article 2. To choose the necessary school officials for the Winnisquam Regional School District as 
presented on the ballot prepared for the same. 

For Moderator - 1 yr - vote for one For School Board — Northfield - 3 yrs - vote for 

one 
Kenneth A. Randall 343 Walter HaU 2 

Write in 2 Kevin Washburn 2 

David Rea 2 

For School Board - Tilton - 3 yrs - vote for one Write ins 36 

Carole Chase 158 

Kevin Washburn 1 88 For School Board - Sanbornton- 3 yrs - vote for 

Write in 1 one 

Nina Gardner 281 

Write in 3 

Article 3. Winnisquam Regional School District 

(By Petition) (Identical article submitted by two sets of petitioners) 

1. "Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 40:13 (known as SB2) to allow official ballot voting on all 
issues before the schools of the Winnisquam School District on the second Tuesday of March? 
(requires a 3/5 majority vote by ballot). Yes 205 No 143 

Article 4. Zoning Articles (The Planning Board Recommends Article #4) 

1. Are you in favor of removing Article 9.2 from the zoning regulations because it is in conflict with 
the density regulations approved in 2004? Yes 223 No 102 

2. Are you in favor of updating Article 3.2.2 to leave the determination up to the Zoning Board of 
Adjustment as to who may assist with technical advice in regard to issuing permits for removal of soil 
from the Town of Tilton? Yes 244 No 107 

3. Are you in favor of permitting cluster development in the Resort Commercial District (RC) in 
order to preserve green space around the lake area? Yes 240 No 114 

4. Are you in favor of changing Article 14 (Wetlands Conservation District) to meet current State 
standards and requirements? Yes 290 No 71 



Article 5. Zoning Articles (By Petition) (The Planning Board Does Not Recommend Article #5) 

"Are you in favor of amending the Tilton Zoning Ordinance to create a new zoning district entitled 
MIXED USE-II (MU-II), which will be designed to accommodate a variety of residential, retail, 
institutional, recreational and service uses in an integrated, planned, village -like setting, where water and 
sewer service is available?" Yes 185 No 184 

Article 6. Zoning Articles (By Petition) The Planning Board Does Not Recommend Article #6 

1. "Are you in favor of re-zoning property known as Tax Map R-22 Lots 16, 73A, 73B, & 73C (said 

area generally located between US Rt. 3, Johns Manville Road and the Winnipesaukee River) from 
Industrial to a newlv created Mixed Use-II Zoning District?" Yes 164 No 196 

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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

TOWN OF TILTON 

BUSINESS MEETING 

MARCH 13, 2005 

The Moderator Mr. Kenneth Randall called the 2005 Town Meeting Business session to order at 7:00 p.m. 
on March 14 tr ' at the Winmsquam High School. The Moderator led the assembly in the salute to the flag. 
Moderator Randall then announced that he is declaring a recess for those who had not vet checked in with 
the supervisors of the checklist. At 7:15 Moderator Randall called the meeting to order. Mr. Randall 
introduced himself and the Town Clerk. Selectman Brown was introduced and asked to introduce the 
attending Selectmen. R. Brown made note that due to personal circumstances Selectmen O'Learv and 
Foye were not present. The Moderator introduced Robert Szot, Chairmen of the Budget Committee who 
he then introduced his corrrmittee. Moderator Randall stated that due to the storm the town meeting was 
moved from Saturday to tonight for the safetv of our residents. The Moderator then proceeded to read 
portions of the Moderators Rules also clanfying some of those rules. He then asked for a vote on the 
acceptance of those rules - moved by C. Mitchell seconded bv T. Gallant. A vote was taken in the 
affirmative. 

The Town Clerk was called upon to read the results of the balloting, which took place on March 8, 2005, 
motion was moved, seconded and passed to accept the results as read. 

The Moderator stated he would dispense with the reading of the complete warrant unless there were any 
objections. The moderator made mention that todav is the 267 anniversary of the first town meeting. 

Article 7: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifteen thousand dollars 
($15,000) for the Tilton Main Street Program. (Majority vote required) (Recommended by the 
Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 

R. Manseau made the motion to accept Article 7 as written and put it on the floor for discussion, 2 no bv R. 
Brown. R. Manseau spoke in favor of the Main Street Program stating that thev are doing a great job. No 
further discussion - the vote was taken - Article 7 passed as presented 

Article 8: To see if the Town will vote to establish a capital reserve fund for the purposes of 
financing the reconstruction and/or repair of town roads, streets, and bridges; and further to see if 
the Town wall vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty thousand dollars ($40,000) to be 
deposited wtith the Trustees of the Trust Funds for the purposes so stated. (Majority vote 
required) (Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 

R. Brown moved that Arucle 8 be put on the floor for discussion, 2 nd bv T. Gallant. R. Brown explained 
that these funds would be used to complete resurfacing of the remaining town roads. He also stated that 
the town roads have reached the maximum thickness of reclamation, this is banking money for the future. 
Xo further discussion, the vote was taken - Article 8 passed as presented. 

Article 9: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one thousand dollars 
($1,000) for the Salvation Army in Laconia. (by petition) (Majority vote required) (Not 
recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 

D. Pnndle moved to put this article on the floor for discussion, 2 na by D. Fox. Ms. Prindle was asked to 
address the assembly; she stated the SI, 000 being requested would be used for a new homeless shelter in 
Laconia. C. Mitchell asked what the impact of SI, 000 be on the tax rate. A. MacKinnon responded that it 
would be insignificant. T. Gallant asked to call the question. The vote was taken - Article 9 passed as 
presented 



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Article 10: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the expenditure of an additional two hundred 
thousand dollar ($200,000) for the purpose of completing construction of the Tilton Riverfront 
Park on the property known as the Old Pillsbury Mill site. Authorization is for the raising of the 
money through grants and fundraising activities currendy underway and not through taxation. 
(Majority vote required) (Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 
K. Dawson moved to accept the article as read and open it up for discussion, 2 n by R. Brown. The 
Moderator asked K. Dawson to speak to the article; K. Dawson asked to defer to P. Clark of the Park 
Committee. Mr. Clark stated that cost estimates for development of the park are higher than first 
expected because of materials, such as concrete, have gone up in pnce. He stated that the committee is 
not seeking additional town funds just permission to spend more money if needed. These additional 
monies will be raised by the committee and not by taxation. M. Jackson asked what had happened to the 
15 percent contingency money that was in the original park budget. K. Dawson responded, the 
committee had originally said if private funding exceeded the amount needed to complete the project then 
the bond issue amount would have been reduced. But the increased costs mean that all of the $600,000 
bond issue would be needed. Mr. Clark was asked why was there a need for a warrant article. P. Clark 
stated that since the bids for the park will be coming in during April the committee needed this warrant 
article to get authorization from the town, next year would be to late. F. Peverly wanted to know what 
would happen if they don't raise the $200,000 and would the town be accountable. Mr. Clark responded 
saying no, if they don't have the money they won't spend it. He also stated that if necessary the committee 
would cut back on the project. K. Norton asked for the moderator to call the question - No further 
discussion - the vote was taken — Article 10 passed as presented. 

Article 11: To see if the Town will vote to accept the Budget submitted by the Budget Committee 
and posted as part of this warrant, and pass any vote in relation thereto. (Majority vote required). 

R. Szot moved to put the Article 1 1 on the floor for discussion, 2 nd by R. Sharon. Chairman of the Budget 
Committee R. Szot stated that the bottom line of the budget should be $4,113,260.00, which reflects the 
additional $1,000. for the Salvation Army. R. Brown addressed the assembly stating that the budget is up 
4.8 percent, which includes a 3 percent cost of living raise for all employees. He also pointed out that 
$20,000 of line item 4194.99-460 is going to be use to renovate a portion of the basement at town hall for 
storage of town records. M. Jackson ask if the town is still funding 100 percent of the town employee's 
health insurance. R. Brown responded yes, but the employees now have a choice of two additional plans 
that have higher deductibles saving the town $25,000. C. Sanders questioned compensation for the heads 
of departments specifically the Police Chief. He wanted to know why the Road Agent made a higher 
salary than the Police Chief. B. Szot responded, as in many other years, there is a 3 percent cost of living 
increase and merit raises are being looked at by the Selectmen. Selectman Brown stated that they have a 
step in grade system in place for longevity and merit, but it is going through an adjustment phase. T. 
Gallant made the point that the fact that the Road Agent makes more than either the Police Chief or Fire 
Chief shows that the compensation system doesn't adequately address the level of responsibility of the 
different departments C Brown-Herman wanted to know if the $200,000 in the budget under parks was 
in the sources of revenue. A. MacKinnon stated it is under other revenues. R. Manseau answered 
questions from the assembly regarding the monies listed under parks and recreation misc. He explained 
that these monies, in the past, were funding for youth events and put directly into a trust fund. We are 
now asking for direct funding for cost of fencing the Route 132 field. Responding to questions on the use 
of the field, R. Manseau said that the field would be used for little league as well as general public use and 
football. B. Lawrence asked when the town was going to be reassessed. A MacKinnon stated yes, they 
would be knocking on your door within the next month. 

M. Algren asked permission to speak as a non-resident regarding the $3,300 that was cut out of the Library 
budget. Seeing that there was no objection, Ms. Algren explained that the increase in the budget was due 
to the results of last year's survey. The residents asked for the Library to be open for another hour on 
Saturdays. The funds requested would have covered those additional expenses. . C. Brown-Herman 
submitted an amendment. "I propose to add $3,300 into the Library budget to insure appropriate running 



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of library including extra open time if possible", 2 n by T. Gallant. Moderator read amendment and stated 
that if passed the $3,300 will be added back into the budget. — no further discussion — the vote was taken 
on the amendment in the affirmative - The amendment passed as presented. The question was called 
— The Moderator read the Article as amended - the vote was taken to accept the budget as amended with a 
new figure of $4,116,560.00. Article 11 passed as amended with a total budget of $4,116,560.00. 

Article 12: To see if the Town will vote to form a committee to research and explore alternative 
school funding methods that could be used to fund Tilton's share of the Winnisquam Regional 
School District, and other options that would be to Tilton's best interest. Said committee would 
be comprise of five (5) members to be appointed by the selectmen as follows: 

One (1) member of the Tilton Selectmen 

One (1) member of the Tilton Budget Committee 

Three (3) registered Tilton voters 

The committee will elect a chair. 
The town moderator will be in charge of seeing that appointments are made, that the committee 
has an official starting date and Chair, will settle all disputes and interpretations of this article and 
will be final arbiter of possible disputes. The five members mentioned above should be in place 
and report to the moderator within 30 days of the date that this article passes at the Town 
Meeting. Failing to do so, the town moderator will be responsible for making those appointments 
in the spirit of this article, to keep the intended balance and makeup, and will try to do so within 
45 days of the Town Meeting. The purpose of this committee will be to report back to the Tilton 
Board of Selectmen with their findings, which will then be made public at the next selectmen's 
meeting. The Selectmen shall have at least two (2) public hearings to gather input from peoples 
of interest. It will be the Selectmen's responsibility to bring the findings of this warrant article to 
the annual Town Meeting to be voted on by the residents of Tilton. (by petition) 
S. Davis moved to put Article 12 on the floor for discussion, 2" by F. Peverly. Moderator Randall asked 
Mr. Davis if he would like to begin discussion. S. Davis stated although they are doing a good job our 
representatives on the formula committee, Mr. Peverly and Mr. Brown are not enough. F. Peverly stated 
that the formula is still unbalanced. If the formula passes we would be stuck for five years, if the formula 
gets turned down we will be on the same formula for one year. F. Peverly stated that it is time we did 
something. S. Davis said that the reduction of 4% in the formula would still be very high; furthermore, by 
passing this article it would enable the town to look at other options. Discussion was concluded - the 
vote was taken - Article 12 passed as presented. 

Article 13: To see if the town will vote to adopt the following ordinance: "All exterior property and 
premises shall be maintained in a clean, safe and sanitary condition and shall be free from any 
accumulation of rubbish or garbage of combustible and non-combustible materials, including 
metals, rubber, pvc piping, plastic and other similar materials. Exception: Except in the 
commercial districts where business collects these materials as their business." (by petition) 
Moderator asked for a motion to move Article 13, there was no response. T. Gallant moved to pass over 
this Article. The vote was taken - Article 13 was passed over 

Article. 14: To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following ordinance: "No in-operative or 
unregistered unlicensed motor vehicle shall be parked, kept or stored on any premises and no 
vehicles shall at anytime be in a state of major disassembly, repairs or in the process of being 
stripped or dismanded. Exception: Except in the commercial district where businesses 
disassemble vehicles as their business, (by petition) 

Moderator asked for a motion to move Article 14, there was no response. T. Gallant moved to pass over 
this Article. The vote was taken - Article 14 was passed over 



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Article 15: To see what action the Town will take in regards to the reports of its officers and 
agents. 

R. Brown moved to accept the reports of the officers and agents for the Town of Tilton as printed. 
Seconded by T. Gallant - The question was called - vote was taken - Article 15 passed as presented 

Article 16: To enact any other business that may legally come before this meeting. 

F. Peverly addressed the Board of Selectmen asking why one of the selectmen has not been attending 
meetings and calls that he be removed and not paid. Selectman Brown responded but saying that the only 
provision for removal of a selectman involves Superior Court proceedings. Selectmen Brown continued 
by saying that Selectmen O'Leary has not been able to make the meetings due to changes in his life, losing 
his wife, and he now works evenings. He also said that Selectman S. O'Leary has always performed well 
and stays abreast of the issues and is not negligent. He is just not able to attend the meetings. Selectman 
Brown speaks with him during the week and he also stops into Town Hall a couple times a week to sign 
papers. R. Brown said that he spoke with Selectmen O'Leary and he is not willing to resign from the 
board. S. Davis addressed Selectmen Brown regarding the last selectmen's meeting when he brought up 
the fact that Selectmen O'Leary had not been attending any meetings for seven months. At that meeting I 
asked that a letter of resignation be sent to Mr. O'Leary. The Selectmen voted and passed, but you 
(Selectmen Brown) abstained from voting, saying you wanted to talk with Selectmen O'Leary first. Since 
speaking with Selectmen O'Leary are you ready to vote? Mr. Davis asked. Mr. Brown stated that he would 
not respond. C. Sanders stood and suggested that we should have evening meetings from now on since 
this meeting went so fast had a great turn out. B. Lawrence agreed with the good turnout. He also 
addressed the selectmen issue, saying we voted for a five-member board and calls for Selectman O'Leary's 
resignation. He continued by saying if we are missing a selectmen for seven months he is not doing his 
job. He is not being interactive, he is not voting even if he is filled in on the information. B. Lawrence 
asked, what can he do with old florescence light bulbs, he can't get rid of them since they are hazardous. 
He would like the town to recycle them. R. Brown agreed that they are a problem and he also has some to 
get rid of. There is a line item in the budget for hazardous waste. Once a year you can bring your 
hazardous waste to the Franklin Public Works. 

R. Montembeault wanted to know what was going on with the new transfer station. R. Brown responded 
by saying that Bestway is purchasing land on Route 140 for a regional recycling center to handle all the 
towns in the area. D. Smart addressed the assembly also requesting for Selectmen O'Leary's resignation. 
D. Smart asked Selectman Brown, how much is the stipen for a Selectmen? R. Brown responded $166.00 
per month. 

T. Gallant made the motion to adjourn, 2 nd by J. Plessner. The meeting was declared adjourned at 8:31 
p.m. 



Respectfully submitted: 



Cynthia D. Reinartz 
Town Clerk 



A true record, attest: 



Cynthia D. Reinartz 
Town Clerk 



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2005 SUMMAR Y OF INVENTOR Y 



ASSESSED 

ACRES VALUATION 

VALUE OF LAND ONLY 

CURRENT USE AT CU VALUES 3,302.00 S534,896 

RESIDENTIAL LAND 1,867.00 S82,905,800 

COMMERCL\L/INDUSTRIAL 1,073.00 S105,939,400 

TOTAL OF TAXABLE LAND 6,242.00 $189,380,096 

TAX EXEMPT & NON-TAXABLE (S6,020,800) 401.00 



VALUE OF BUILDINGS ONLY 

RESIDENTIAL S163.135.100 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING SI ",597,800 

COMMERCLAL/INDUSTRIAL SI 3^.315,020 

TOTAL OF TAXABLE BUILDINGS $318,047,920 

TAX EXEMPT&NON-TAXABLE (S35,907,880) 



PUBLIC UTILITIES $16,262,495 



VALUATION BEFORE EXEMPTIONS $523,690,511 

SCHOOL DINTNG/DORMITORY/KITCHEN EXEMPTION (S150,000) 

MODIFIED ASSESSED VALUATION OF ALL PROPERTIES $523,540,511 



LESS EXEMPTIONS: 

BLIND (5) (S139,400) 

ELDERLY EXEMPTIONS (58) (S4,265,900) 

TOTAL DOLLAR AMOUNT OF EXEMPTIONS $4,405,300 



NET VALUATION UPON WHICH TAX RATE FOR 

MUNICIPAL, COUNTY' & LOCAL EDUCATION TAX IS $519,135,211 

COMPUTED 



LESS PUBLIC UTILITIES ($16,262,495) 

NET VALUATION WITHOUT UTILITIES ON WHICH 

TAX RATE FOR STATE EDUCATION TAX IS $502,872,716 

COMPUTED 



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2005 SUMMAR Y OF INVENTOR Y 



TAX CREDITS 


LIMIT 

S 


#OF 
INDIVIDUALS 


ESTIMATED 
TAX CREDITS 


Totally & permanently disabled veterans, their 
spouses or widows, and the widows of veterans who 
died or were killed on active dutv 


$2000 


3 


$6,000 


Other war service credits 


$500 


164 


$82,000 


TOTAL NUMBER AND AMOUNT 




167 


$88,000 



UTILITY SUMMARY 


2002 VALUATION 


Section A: Electric Companies, Generating Plants 




Public Service 


$7,501,695 


Al. Gas, Oil & Pipeline Companies 




Key Span 


$4,836,600 


A2. Water Companies 




Tilton-Northfield Aqueduct 


$3,863,900 


Northern Shores (A. Sprague) 


$60,300 


Grand Total Valuation of all Utility Companies 


$16,262,495 



REVENUES RECEIVED FROM 
PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF TAXES 


MUNICIPALITY 


SOURCE OF PAYMENT IN LIEU 







ELDERLY EXEMPTION REPORT 



Number of applicants with Initial Application for 
Elderly Exemption for CURRENT YEAR 


Total Number of individuals granted an elderlv exemption for the 
current year & total amount of exemptions granted 


AGE 


# 


AMOUNT PER 
INDIVIDUAL EXEMPTION 


AGE 


# 


MAXIMUM 

ALLOWABLE 

EXEMPTION AMOUNT 


TOTAL ACTUAL 

EXEMPTION 

AMOUNT GRANTED 


65-74 


4 


$50,000 


65-74 


13 


$650,000 


$541,700 


75-79 


3 


$80,000 


75-79 


24 


$1,920,000 


$1,593,200 


80+ 


2 


$125,000 


80+ 


20 


$2,500,000 


$2,131,000 








Total 


57 


$5,070,000 


$4,265,900 



CURRENT USE REPORT 





Total # Acres Receiving 
Current Use Assessment 


Assessed Valuation 


Farm Land 


615.00 


223,595 


Forest Land 


2,305.00 


235,912 


Forest Land with documented Stewardship 


196.00 


35,806 


Wet Land 


186.00 


39,583 


Discretionary Easement 






Total 


3,302.00 


$534,896 



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Comparative Statement of Expenditures 2005 



Acct 

No. 



PURPOSE OF 
APPROPRIATION 



Actual 
Appropriations 

Prior Year 



Actual 

Expenditures 

Prior Year 



Difference 
(over) /under 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



4153 


Executive 


S3" S,592.00 


S2 2.5S .05 


S6.005.00 


414G 


Election <Sc Registration 


16,400.00 


$5366.00 


SS34.00 


-150 


Financial Administration 


S3 5. "33, 33 


$118,045.00 


(819,345.00) 


-155 


Revaluation or Property 


$",000.00 


$3,904.00 


S3,096.00 


-135 


Legal Expense 


$30,000.00 


S31.232.0C 


$8,768.00 


-133 


Personnel AcVrnir-tra— 


$605,800.00 


$553,525,33 


$"5,277.00 


4191 


?.anmnt anc _::_".; 


$54,850.00 


$40,287.00 


$14,563.00 


_ • :_: 


^ 


$42,600.00 


$22,183.00 


$20,417.00 


-195 


w *— — c ^cric; 


S3.000.00 


$3,000.00 




-196 


Insurance 


$50,000.00 


$49,062.00 


$938.00 


- . - 


Assoc. 


$3 5 - 2.3 


$5.5"2U; 






PUBLIC SAFELY" 


—" ' ' 


Police 


$945.2:;,:; 


$930,233.00 


$12,967.00 




r:re 


S" 30.00 


$700.00 


424C 


Buildir.; I as section 


$22,500.00 


523,862.00 


$1,362.00) 


-390 


Emergency Management 


$2.00 




$2.00 




Omer 


$8,000.00 


$ 5.542.00 


'$65,342.00) 




HIGHWAYS &c STREETS 


4311 


Kir3-""£'." 35 e r ar trr. en: 


S3 16. 540.03* 


$297,881.00 


518,659.00 


-513 


Highways & Streets 


S155.55: :■■: 


$128,163.00 


$4,88".00 


4316 


Street Lighting 


S23.500.00 


$24,980.00 


($1,480.00) 




SANITATION 


— J23 


Solid Waste Collection 


s | 000 00 


$70,845.00! 


($845.00) 


4324 


Solid Waste IXsposal 


S2U.513.33 


$241,153.00 


526,157.00 


-3. i / "s 


Solid Waste Clean up 


$12,600.00 


$12,460.00 


$140.00 




HEALTH 


— 11 


Health Officer 


\ M 'J '" 


$9,104.03 


S 101.00) 


4413 


Health Agencies &: Hospitals 


$:;:.:-:: .:■: 


$97,831.00 


512,4^5.00 





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Comparative Statement of Expenditures 2005 



Acct. 
No. 



PURPOSE OF 
APPROPRIATION 



Actual 
Appropriations 

Prior Year 



Actual 
Expenditures 

Prior Year 



Difference 



(over) /under 



CULTURE AND 
RECREATION 



4520 



Parks and Recreanc 



$-0,000.00 



$56,660.00 



;i3.340.00 



4550 



Librarv 



$99,550.00 



$99.5 



2 _.: . 



4583 



Patriotic Purposes 



$200.00! 



->o^ 



'$23.00; 



4589 Other Culture & Recreation 



S17,574.0a 



$14,224.00! 



$3,350.00 



CONSERVATION 



4619 Conservation Commission 



$3,850.00 



51 ^? 



.232. 



4651 Economic Development 



;i5,000.00 : 



15.000.00i 



DEBT SERVICE 



471 1 Principal - Long Term Debt 



$1"0.601.00 



Sl~0.601.00 



4.21 Interest - Long Term Debt 



io^.000.00 



$30.8~0.00 



Sl.130.00 



4~23 



Interest on TAN 



$22,000.00; 



$-1.525.: : 



.325.00; 



CAPITAL OUTLAY 



4909 Improvements Other Than 

Bldgs. 



5100 



4915 



TOTAL OPERATING 
BUDGET 



OPERATING 
TRANSFER OUT 



bewer 



To Capital Reserves 



TOTAL 
APPROPRIATIONS 



S200.000.00 



$200,000.00: 



13,793,900.00 



S3.665.~l.00- 



s282.660.00 



$40,000.00 



$-.116,560.00 



S282.660.00i 



S40.000.00! 



$3,988,431.00 



S128.129.00 



S128.129.00 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 



MAP /LOT 


LOCATION 


DESCRIPTION 


ASSESSED 
VALUE 


R05-07-00 


Simmons Ct 


2.5 acres /land 


$50,500 


R17-51-00 


School St. 


.004 acres/land 
/Historic marker) 


SO 


R22-30-00 


8~ Andrews Rd 


.14 acres/land 


157,500 


R22-72-00 


Manville Rd. 


1.03 acres /land 
(row area) 


S4.300 


R26-70-00 


W. Main, Clark Rd. 


6.19 acres/land 


$"84,600 


R26-70-0B 


W. Mam /'Clark Rd. 


1.32 acres/land 


$44,600 


1703-47-00 


Ashuelot Dr. 


.275 acres /land 


$44,100 


U04-05-00 


E. Main St. 


.95 acres /imp. 


$336,100 






.Police Station) 




U05-01-00 


E. Mam St. 


.096 acres /land 


S12 ; 200 


U5-02-00 


E. Mam St. 


.09 acres /'land 


S12,000 


U05-21-00 


Main St. 


.30 acres land 
parking area) 


180,500 


U05-40-00 


School St 


.084 acres/land 
(parking lot) 


$58,800 


U05-42-00 


Center St. 


.19 acres /land 
(parking lot) 


$33,500 


U05-44-00 


Center St. 


.274 acres /'land 
(parking lot) 


$36,800 


U05-50-00 


Academy St. 


.031 acres /land 


$3,000 


U05-52-00 


Prospect St. 


.11 acres, land 
(parking area) 


$2",300 


U05-113-00 


Main St. 


.06 acres /imp 
Town Hall) 


S645.800 


U05-117-00 


Mechanic St. 


.083 acres/land 
(parking area) 


$2 _ ,800 


U05-120-00 


Mechanic St. 


.118 acres-land 


127,500 


U06-03-00 


W. Mam St. 


1.569 acres/land 


$5 ",400 






Pills bur.- Park site) 




U06-04-00 


W. Main St. 


0.38 acres/land 


$41,400 


U06-20-00 


\\" Main St./\\ mter St. 


0.19 acres/land 


S18..400 


U07-41-0A 


School St. 


2.9 acres/land 


S55,000 


U08-05-00 


\Y. Mam St. 


23.0 acres - land 
(cemetery) 


$170,800 


TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE 




52,629,900.00 



'Represents property acquired through Tax Collectors deeds. 



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PROPERTY OF THE WINNISOUAM SCHOOL 

DISTRICT 



MAP/LOT 


LOCATION 


DESCRIPTION 


ASSESSED 
VALUE 


R26-37-00 


471 W. Main St. 


3.41 acres/land 


$96,800 


R26-39-00 


Winter St. 


6.819 acres/land 


$13,800 


U08-13-00 


451 W. Main St. 


3.19 acres/land 


$64,100 


U08-14-00 


W. Main St. 


2.602 acres/imp 
(agri.bldg.) 


$103,900 


U08-15-00 


W. Main St. 


12.39 acres/imp 
(school) 


$4,993,200 


U08-19-00 


Deer St. 


3.395 acres/land 


$50,600 


U08-21-00 


Deer St. 


.286 acres/land 


$39,500 


U08-22-00 


Winter St. 


3.79 acres/imp 


$5,136,200 




TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE 


$10,498,400 



PROPER TV O WNED 





BY THE STA TE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 


MAP/LOT LOCATION 


DESCRIPTION 


ASSESSED 








VALUE 


R23-16-00 


Backland 


9.0 acres/land 


$20,300 


U03-70-00 


Silver Lake Rd. 


1.67 acres/land 


$23,200 


U04-73-00 


Railroad Bed 


32.75 acres/land 


$774,500 


U05-24-00 


302 Main St.t 


.12 acres /land 


$13,700 


R18-16-00 


Backland 


17.0 acres/land 


$29,100 


R19-14-0A 


Sanborn Rd. 


2.7 acres/land 


$32,200 


R22-01-00 


Laconia Rd. 


5.0 acres/imp 


$729,800 


R14-07-00 


Backland 


2.34 acres/land 


$5,000 


R17-13-00 


Winter St. 


28.00 acres/imp 
(Veterans Home) 


$8,252,000 


R09-46-00 


Church St. 


.90 acres/land 


$130,400 


R10-59-00 


River St. 


1.12 acres/land 
(canal) 


$21,800 


R21-07-00 


Silver Lake Rd. 


4.0 acres/imp 
(containment bldg) 


$76,900 


R22-74-00 


Backland 


3.15 acres /land 
(island) 


$5,400 


R23-26-0A 


Backland 


.69 acres/land 


$7,400 


R26-72-00 


Islands 


2.78 acres/land 


$5,200 


R26-73-00 


Islands 


3.69 acres/land 


$14,500 




TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE 


$10,218,800 



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2005 TAX RATE CALCULATION 



TOWN 

Appropriations 

Less: Revenues 

Less: Shared Revenues 

Add: Overlay 

War Service Credits 

Net Town Appropriation 

Approved Town Tax Effort 

Municipal Tax Rate 



Tax Rates 



$4,116,560 

5(2,349,241) 

1(28,512) 

S48,674 

S88.000 

$1,875,481 

$1,875,481 



S3.61 



SCHOOL PORTION 

Regional School Apportionment 
Less: Adequate Education Grant 
State Education Taxes 
Approved School Tax Effort 
Local Education Tax Rate 



$6,742,971 

$(896,159) 

S(1.065.585) 

$4,781,227 



$9.21 



STATE EDUCATION TAXES 

Equalized Valuation S3~5,205,989 

(no utilities) 
Divide by Local Assessed Valuation 
$502,872,716 (no utilities) 
Excess State Education Taxes to be remitted 
to State 



Sl.065.585 







State School Rate 



$2.12 



COUNTY PORTION 



Due to Countv 

Less: Shared Revenues 

Approved Countv Tax Effort 


S603,211 

($7,096) 

$596,115 




Countv Rate 
Combined Tax Rate 




$1.15 
$16.09 


FIRE DISTRICT 

Approved Village Tax Rate 




$1.21 


TOTAL 2005 TAX RATE 




$17.30 


Total Property Taxes Assessed 
Less: War Service Credits 
Add: Village District Commitments 
Total Property Tax Commitment 


$8,318,408 
5(88,000) 
$628,154 

$8,858,562 




PROOF OF RATE 

Net Assessed Valuation 

State Education Tax S502,872,7 1 6 
Town, School, & Count}- Taxes $519,135,211 


Tax Rate 

S2.12 
S13.97 


Assessment 
$1,065,585 

S7,252,823 
$8,318,048 



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TAX RATE COMPARISONS 





1998 


1999* 


2000 


2001 


2002 


2003 


2004 


2005* 




















TOWN'S SHARE 


5.13 


5.00 


5.28 


5.53 


5.75 


6.23 


6.73 


3.61 


COUNTY'S SHARE 


1.75 


1.81 


2.03 


1.97 


1.92 


1.94 


1.76 


1.15 


SCHOOL'S SHARE 


16.94 


8.04 


8.89 


9.18 


10.68 


10.96 


14.38 


9.21 


STATE 

EDUCATION TAX 
SHARE 




6.34 


6.03 


6.32 


5.42 


4.88 


3.89 


2.12 


FIRE DISTRICT'S 
SHARE 


1.17 


$1.28 


1.46 


1.97 


1.83 


1.72 


1.74 


1.21 




















TOTAL TAX RATE 


24.99 


22.47 


23.69 


24.58 


25.60 


25.73 


28.50 


17.30 



*In 1999 the State enacted an education tax 
* Town wide revaluation in 2005 



18-i 

«fl IS 


I 


1 




16- 

A A 






14 


r 








A *> 




DTown Share 
D County Share 
D School Share 

□ State Ed. Tax 

□ Fire District 


12- 

A lf\ 


, 


1 


a 




10 

O 




1 


=3 

r 


V 


\ 


8- 

6 

4 


k- 


1 


2 








1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 



2005 Tilton Annual 'Report 



WINNISQUAM REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Apportionment 2005-2006 



Based on Fixed Percentages of Xorthfield 

Sanbomton 
Tilton 



37.75 
24.50 
37.75 



PRE-EXISTING DISTRICTS 

Xorthfield 

Sanbomton 

Tilton 

Total Tax Assessment 



AMOUNTS: 

S2,863 ; 179 
53,849,130 
S5.846.812 

S12,583,650 



Xet Tax Assessment 

Less Adequate Education Amount 

Total Tax Assessment 



$17,861,275 
S(5.277.625; 

S12,583,650 



6,000,000.00] 
5,000,000.00 
4,000,000.00 
3,000,000.00 
2,000,000.00 
1,000,000.00 
0.00 




□ Sanbomton 

□ Tilton 

□ Northfield 



2002 2003 2004 2005 




TOWN OF TILTON 

257 MAIN STREET, TILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03276 
(603) 286-4521 (603) 286-4425 FAX (603) 286-3519 



On a yearly basis the Town of Tilton has an independent firm conduct 
an audit of the Towns annual financial statements. The auditors responsibility 7 
is to express an opinion on these general-purpose statements based on their 
findings. 

The firm used by the Town of Tilton, Grzelak and Company, P.C., 
CPA's, is based in Laconia NH and has been performing this service for the 
Town for a number of years. At this time, however, the company has not 
completed the necessary requirements to supply the Town with the written 
confirmation of the results of the audit. Several new standards were 
implemented in regard to reporting in 2004. These requirements make the 
process of finalizing the audit much more detailed and lengthy. 

We, at the Town of Tilton, hope to have this statement in hand in the 
near future. The report of the auditor will be made available to the public at 
that time. 



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Selectmen's Report 



As you travel throughout the United States you will find manv vibrant communities each with a common 
theme, volunteerism. Volunteers come from a solid group of local citizens who are willing to invest their time for 
the betterment of their community. The backbone of a living community, they sacrifice time away from their 
families, jobs and leisure time to improve their communities for all w r ho live there receiving little or no thanks for 
their long hours of hard work and dedication. Without these dedicated volunteers with a strong sense of community, 
many small towns would wither away. In the town of Tilton, we have volunteers on committees and boards who 
have made a difference for all of us. The Park Committee committed to building a park on land recentlv 
decontaminated by EPA that all can enjoy and by raising more than half the money for construction through grants 
and fundraising. Our Conservation Commission who, through ""Wedands Mitigation" with Konover Development 
Corporation, were instrumental in making a 55+/- acre tract of land, referred to locally as Buffalo Park, a conserved 
area for generations to enjoy. 

Created at last years town meeting, the Tilton School Funding Formula Committee, after meeting with 
officials of all three towns in the district, the NH Department of Revenue Administration, school officials and manv 
others have created a formula supported by the Boards of Selectmen in all three towns and the School Board. The 
formula will be a warrant article on the School District Warrant to be voted on bv the district voters. Our Land Use 
Boards conunue to work with the zoning regulations to keep Tilton's unique characteristics while monitoring the 
commercial growth at exit 20 and development projects through out Tilton. 

As Tilton continues down the path of growth, we as a community have suffered many days of frustration. 
Growth and progress are not without cost, but it has been the goal of town officials, committees and boards to 
minimize the problems they bring to small towns. It has not been an easv task and not always one that we have 
been able to accomplish. It will continue to take the ongoing dedication to community of volunteers to make this a 
town that we are all proud of. We must, as a community, respond to growth by planning how best to deal with the 
issues that not only confront our community todav but also will face us in the future. 

The members of the Board of Selectmen, town committees, and boards look forward to the challenges of 
the future with a common goal of improving our town for future generations. 



Respectively submitted, 



Richard Manseau, Chairman 



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Town Treasurer 



CASH ON HAND - JANUARY 1, 2005 



$2,003,967.63 



Received from the Town Clerk 
Received from the Tax Collector 
Received from the Selectmen's Office 
Received from the Sale of Town Property 
Interest Earned on Accounts 
Proceeds of Tax Anticipation Notes 
Re-Deposited Checks / Credit Adjustments 
RDA Grant 
Voided Checks 



$552,153.03 

$5,774,458.73 

$860,929.70 

$28,550.00 

$18,810.40 

$3,000,000.00 

$914.70 

$85,850.44 

$429,573.74 



TOTAL CURRENT REVENUES 



$12,755,208.37 



EXPENDITURES : 



Payroll 

Accounts Payable 

Acquisition of Tax Liens 

Payments to School 

Payments to County 

Payments to Fire District 

Long Term Debt— Interest 

Long Term Debt— Principle 

Refunds, Abatements, Overpayments 

Payment of TAN Notes 

Payment of Interest on TAN Notes 

Returned Checks / Bank Fees 



$1,589,278.20 

$2,964,938.96 

$300,079.14 

$5,799,939.80 

$603,211.00 

$626,702.00 

$69,334.17 

$132,137.26 

$84,944.40 

$0.00 

$0.00 

$12,981.04 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



($12,183,545.97) 



CASH ON HAND DECEMBER 31, 2005 



$571,662.40 



Respectfully Submitted, 

I) 

Sandra Hyslop 
Treasurer 




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2005 Tilton A.nnual Report 



FROM THE OFFICE OF THE TAX COLLECTOR 



"ABATEMENT APPLICATION TO MUNICIPALITY" 



The application does not star the collection of taxes: taxes should be paid as assessed. If an abatement is 
granted, a refund will be made. 



1 . File an application with the town bv the deadline stated on the form. 

2. Date of filing is the date the form is either hand delivered, postmarked or receipted to the town. 

3. The Town of Tilton bills twice annually, you must apply after the bill that estabhshes your 
final tax bill and not before. 

4. Taxpayer must file the abatement applicanon with the town by March 1 following the nonce of 
tax. 

5. The town has until July 1 following the notice of tax to grant or deny the abatement application. 

6. Taxpayer my file an appeal either with the BTLA or in the superior court, but not both. 

7. If final bill is sent after December 31, the above deadline is extended. 

8. Forms mavbe obtained at the Tax Collector's Office. 



The Town of Tilton may abate taxes "for good cause shown." RSA 76:16. Good cause is generally 
established by showing an error in the assessment calculation or a disproportionate assessment. 
Good cause can also be established by showing poverty and inability to pay the tax. 



Respectively Submitted, 





i^^hU/C J(Jd&64Cs 



Susanne Fecteau 
Cernfied Tax Collector 



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2005 Tilton Annual 'Report 



DEBITS 
Uncollected Taxes- 
Beginning of Year 

Property Taxes 
Betterment Taxes 
Land Use Change 
Yield Taxes 
Sewer 
Other 

Taxes Committed this 

Yr 

Property Taxes 

Betterment Taxes 

Land Use Change 

Yield Taxes 

Boats 

Other Charges 

Overpayment: 
Property Taxes 
Costs before lien 

Interest-late tax 

Total Debits 



Remitted to Treasurer 

Property Taxes 
Betterment Taxes 
Land Use Change 
Yield Taxes 
Interest 
Boats 

Costs not liened 
Conversion to Lien 
Other Charges 
Abatements Made: 
Property Taxes 
Betterment Taxes 
Other Charges 
Uncollected Taxes 
Property Taxes 
Betterment Taxes 
Land Use Change 
Yield Taxes 
Interest 
Other Charges 

TOTAL CREDITS 



LEVY 2005 



LEVY 2004 



$ 


4,468,196.37 




$ 


60,226.00 




$ 


124,840.00 




$ 


5,465.23 




$ 


10,947.80 




% 


70.00 


% 


$ 


7,173.12 


% 
% 


$ 


3,893.35 


% 


$ 


4,680,811.87 


$ 




CREDITS 






2005 




5 


4,477,075.21 


% 


5 


50,653.15 


% 


3 


118,320.00 


% 


$ 


3,660.13 


% 


S 


3,893.35 


% 


$ 


10,947.80 


% 
% 


1 


50.28 


% 


1 


5,494.42 


% 


$ 


270.00 
End of Year 


% 
% 


3 


(7,200.14) 


% 


$ 


9,302.85 




S 


6,520.00 




$ 


1,805.10 




5 


19.72 




$ 


4,680,811.87 


$ 



856,150.04 
16,376.55 
7,150.00 

9,461.28 

42.77 



70.00 

1,925.00 

3,328.50 

29,114.27 

923,618.41 

PRIOR LEVIES 

2004 

580,460.65 
7,691.11 
7,150.00 
2,535.50 
12,468.82 

1,553.00 

300,079.14 

73.45 

12,585.00 
38.00 
17.00 

(1,087.09) 



14.51 
39.32 



923,618.41 



■ : ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ 



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DEBITS 2004 LEVY 

BALANCE OF UNREDEEMED LIENS 

Beginning of Fiscal Year: 



2003 LEVY 



OTHER 



% 176,609.07 % 32,775.26 



TAXLIENS EXECUTED TO TOWN 

During the Fiscal Year: S 300,079.14 



INTEREST COLLECTED 

After Lien Execution: 



S 6,786.69 



8,798.90 



11,119.19 



TOTAL DEBITS 



$ 306,865.83 $ 185,407.97 $ 43,894.45 



CREDITS 



2004 LEVY 2003 LEVY 



OTHER 



REMITTANCE TO TREASURER - 
DURING FISCAL YEAR: 

Redemptions $ 93,543.98 S 40,015.49 S 27,572.56 



Interest and Cost 
(After Lien Execution) 



S 5,819.78 S 9,099.44 $ 11,665.69 



ABATEMENT OF 
UNREDEEMED TAXES 



S 844.39 | 



642.86 S 



549.27 



Liens Deeded to Municipality 



UNREDEEMED LIEN BALANCE S 206,657.68 S 135,650.18 $ 4,106.93 



TOTAL CREDITS 



$ 306,865.83 $ 185,407.97 $ 43,894.45 



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REPORT OF THE TRUST FUNDS 2005 



Cemetery, Library & School Trust Funds 








01-01-05 Beginning Balance 


$ 502,995.77 




2005 Investment Income 


19,398.47 




2005 Distnbuuons 


17,593.09 




12-31-05 Balance 


% 503,897.33 



Winnisquam Regional School District Capital Reserve Account 






01-01-05 Beginning Balance 


301,270.03 




2005 Additional Deposit 


200,000.00 




2005 Interest Income 


8,734.90 




2005 Disbursements 


133,799.85 




12-31-05 Balance 


% 376,205.08 



Winnisquam Regional School District Underground Tank Capital Reserve 






01-01-05 Beginning Balance 


$ 6,511.43 




2005 Interest Income 


98.94 




2005 Additional Deposits 


1,831.62 




12-31-05 Balance 


% 8,541.99 



Lochmere Village Water District Capital Reserve Account 






01-01-05 Beginning Balance 


$ 74,975.36 




2005 Interest Income 


2,061.86 




12-31-05 Balance 


$ 77,037.22 



Lochmere Village Water District Maintenance Fund 






01-01-05 Beginning Balance 


$ 29,510.35 




2005 Interest Income 


804.89 




2005 Disbursements 


283.65 




Additional Deposits 


000.00 




12-31-05 Balance 


S 30,031.39 



Tennis / Basketball Court Lighting Fund 








01-01-05 Beginning Balance 


% 1,136.02 




2005 Interest Income 


31.24 


12-31-05 Balance 


% 1,167.26 



Tilton Re-Assessment Cap Reserve Fund 





01-01-05 Balance 


101,377.87 




2005 Interest 


1,166.03 




2005 Disbursements 


75,000.00 




12-31-05 Balance 


27,543.90 



Recreational Facilities Cap Reserve Fund 








01-01-05 


% 40,471.95 




2005 Interest 


1,113.00 




2005 Disbursements 


00.00 




12-31-05 


% 41,584.95 



Scholarship Trust Funds (6) 








01-01-05 


% 46,546.90 




2005 Disbursements 


2,200.00 




2005 Interest 


1,229.46 




2005 New Accounts 


000.00 




12-31-05 


% 45,576.36 



Town Road Repair & Reconstruction Cap Reserve Fund 





01-01-05 


.00 




2005 Interest 


144.70 




Additional Deposits 


40,000.00 




12-31-05 


% 40,144.70 



Respectfully submitted: 




Joseph Plessner, Robert Szot, Timothy Pearson 



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2005 Tilton Annual 'Report 



TOWN CLERK ANNUAL REPORT 



The revenue from this office increased approximately 11.5% in the past three years with this years total of 
S552, 153.03. Please take a minute to look at the comparison chart on the next page. 

This office, in conjunction with the Town Moderator and the Supervisors of the Checklist has been 
working with the Secretary of States office to begin implementing the Help America Vote Act (HAVA). 
The Statewide Voter Registration System will significantly improve everyone's ability to ensure that people 
are not registered or voting in more than one town or ward. The Statewide system maintains the current 
practice that all voter registration is controlled bv local officials, but requires storage of an electronic 
record of each voter in a computer system that is managed at the state level. We are in the process of 
updating voter registration information Town wide, please stop into the office and update vour 
information. This small step will help to ensure an easier transaction onto the State system when the time 
comes. 

In August we implemented an experimental program of Motor Vehicle Registrauon renewals bv mail. With 
the selectmen's approval we began this program in August. The initial response to this program was 
positive, however, upon careful consideration bv the Board of Selectmen, the program has been 
terminated as of the first of the vear. If you still wish to receive vour renewals this way and process them 
through the mail please contact this office. W T e will continue to renew registrations by mail for all those 
citizens who wish to do so, a SI processing fee per registration will applv only to those registrations 
processed in this way. 

Remember : The state has changed the year on mandator}- titling to 1992. Any 1992 and newer vehicle 
requires a title to be sold and registered. Any non-titled vehicle 1991 and older must show in addition to a 
bill of sale one of these three documents: A) Previous owners registration — current or expired. A copy can 
be accepted. B) Valid XH or out of state title properlv filled out. A copv of the front and back can be 
accepted. C) Verification of VIN — Form TDMV19A properly filled out - original only. As with any 
transaction please remember to verify all information on vour registration and/or title application before 
leaving the office. 

Again, I would like to remind all fellow dog owners that State Law Requires that ALL dogs over the age 
of 4 months be licensed bv April 30 th of each vear. If you no longer have a dog please notify' the office. 
Be on the lookout for reminder postcards in March. 

Respectfully submitted: 



Cl"a>\oVs~ 



Carole L. Chase 
Deputv Town Clerk 




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2005 Tilton Annual Report 



THREE YEAR REVENUE COMPARISON 



TYPE OF 
TRANSACTION 


2003 


2004 


2005 


DOG LICENSING 


$ 4,250.50 


$ 3,966.00 


$4,136.50 


FINES 


$ 1,260.50 


$ 815.00 


$655.00 


VITALS 


$ 3,916.00 


% 2,965.00 


$3,944.00 


MV PERMITS 


$ 469,948.00 


$511,680.00 


$527,456.00 


TITLE APPLICATIONS 


$ 1,958.00 


$2,166.00 


$2,008.50 


MUNICIPAL AGENT FEES 


$ 10,102.50 


$ 10,047.50 


$10,562.50 


OTHER 


$316.34 


$ 335.90 


$202.13 


COPIES 


$ 378.58 


$ 42.00 


$38.40 


UCC 


$ 3,197.95 


$ 2,060.00 


$2,955.00 


IRS FILINGS 


$ 180.00 


$ 150.00 


$195.00 


YEAR END TOTALS 


$495,508.37 


$534,227.40 


$552,153.03 



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2005 Tilton Annual Report 



ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT ANNUAL REPORT 

ZBA CASES FOR 2005 



CASE# 



APPEAL 



1. Area Variance for Don Giguere. 
conditions 

Encroachment into side setbacks 

2. Area Variance for Odilon Cormier 
Encroachment into side setbacks 

3. Area & Use Variance for DAWW,LLC 
conditions 

To allow condominium townhouses 

4. Use Variance for Nickerson Business Park 

5. Use Variance for SCI Holdings 
Encroachment into setbacks 
Conditions 

6. Use Variance for Mikes Auto 

7. Special Exception-So. 140 Plaza 
Signage 

8. Area Variance for Jason St. Onge 
Encroachment into setbacks 

9. Use Variance &Special Exception 
conditions 

Mikes Automotive-Signage 

10. Special permit-Konover Const, 
removal of earth from site 

1 1 . Special Exception & use Variance 
Konover Development-Signage 

12. Special Exception-K. McDonald 
conditions 

Sales & service of recreational vehicles 

13. Equitable Waiver-B. Guercio 
conditions 

mistaken violation of zoning regs. 

14. Area Variance T. McCain 
Encroachment into setbacks 

15. Area Variance for J. Santoro 

16. Area Variance for George Ryan 
Lot size 



TAX MAP # 


DECISION 


U-6 Lot 71 


Approved with 


R-23 Lot 25 


Approved 


R-7 Lot 11-1 


Approved with 


R-20Lots 15-3 &4 


Withdrawn 


R-23 Lot 22 


Approved with 


R-26 Lot 30 


Tabled 


R-23 Lot 25 


Approved 


U-3 Lot 53 


Approved 


R-26 Lot 30 


Approved with 


R-24 Lot 1 


Permit issued 


R-24 Lot 1 


Denied 


U-l Lot 7 


Approved with 


R-21 Lot 39D 


Approved with 


R-17Lot5B 


Approved 


R-26 Lot 2 


Tabled 


R-24 Lot 2A 


Approved 



The Zoning Board had a challenging year with 1 6 cases. The court decisions regarding types of 
variances required a new thought process on the member's part. Variances are now separated into Use or 
Area Variances and the rules are more up to date with the times. 

I would like to thank my fellow Board Members for their dedication to the Town and the hours 
they have spent hearing appeals. The Town is fortunate to have a Board that looks at each application on 
the facts presented and does not let personal feelings interfere with the decision making process. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Foster Peverlv, Chairman 



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2005 Tilton Annual Report 



TILTON SEWER COMMISSION 



2005 was a relatively quiet year for the Tilton Sewer Commission ("Commission"). Unlike 2004, we had 
no major repair projects or new construction projects. Due to the larger amount of money currently 
investing in engineering for the Lochmere project, no major work is planned by the Commission until the 
Lochmere project is underway and the Commission is reimbursed for the up-front engineering expenses. 

Our next large construction project, the Lochmere Project, covers the properties on the following roads 
and streets: Brook, Silver Lake, River, Church, Grange, Lancaster Hill (east of Grange), Lake, Lakewood, 
Sunrise Shores, and Laconia Road (from Silver Lake road to the western edge of the Anchorage property. 
The Commission has been continuing working on finalizing the design plans in preparation of bidding and 
by the time of this report should have all required easements for this project in hand. The Commission 
received approval from the Rural Development Authority for approximately $1.9 million in grant money 
and $2.4 million in low interest loan money for this project. In addition, many parts of this project are 
eligible for a 20% State Aid Grant from the NH Department of Environmental Services. Unfortunately, 
due to delays in obtaining grant approval, receiving all required easements and soaring fuel prices that 
translate into higher production and product costs, this projects total estimated cost has increased from 
$3.8 million to $4.3 million. As such, the Commission is seeking voter approval to bond and additional 
$0.5 million in loans to cover the cost of construction. The Cornmission and it's consultants, Turner 
Environmental Group are working on recalculating the betterment fees. To date, the Commission has 
invested over $180,000 in engineering planning and designing for this project; money that will be 
reimbursed to the Commission once the bond for construction of this project is issued. Depending upon 
actual construction costs, some shorter portions may be deleted from the project in order to meet the 
bond and loan limitations. 

The Commission would like to thank Ms. Johanna Ames for all her assistance as our Administrator. The 
Commission would also like to thank Rowell's Septic Service, Ken Partridge Construction, Inc., and Pump 
Systems, Inc for their timely responses whenever a problem in our municipal system occurs. 





} eter Fogg, Chai 
David Wadleigh, Commissioner 
John McCarvill, Commissioner 



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Profit & Loss Statement 



January- - December 2005 



Ordinary 
Income /Expense 

Income 



Total Income 
Gross Profit 



Expense 



Application Fees 
Capital Cost Recovery 
Sewer Rents 
Uncategorized Income 



Abatements/refunds 
Advertising 

Acquisition of Main Line 
Bank Service Charge 
Billing 
Meter Reading 

Postage 
Total Billing 
Commissioners Salanes 
Electricity 
Equipment 
Insurance 

Disability 

Health Insurance 

Liability Insurance 

Work Comp 
Total Insurance 
Maintenance & Repairs 
mileage 
NHDES-WRBP 

Admin. Charges 

Capital Charges 

Oper. & Main. 

Replacement Fund 
Total NHDES-WRBP 
Office Equipment 
Office Expenses 

Heat 

Other 
Total Office Expenses 
Office Maintenance 
Office Supplies 

Internet Access 

Other 
Total Office Supplies 







$ 


855.00 






$ 


6,906.56 






$306,061.47 






S 


3.30 






S3 


13.826.33 






$313,826.33 






S 


209.00 






$ 


142.68 






$ 


24,614.00 






$ 


42.00 


s 


1,240.00 






s 


888.00 










$ 


2,128.00 






$ 


58.84 






s 


3,432.15 






$ 


483.76 


$ 


585.34 






s 


16,952.07 






$ 


2,082.04 






s 


68.12 










S 


19,687.57 






S 


3,111.23 






$ 


38.00 


s 


15,070.66 






$ 


16,940.96 






s 


101,068.24 






s 


12.4~0.00 










$145,549.86 






S 


49.95 


s 


2,775.22 






s 


21.17 










$ 


2,796.39 






s 


504.00 


s 


222.90 






s 


747.71 










S 


9~0.61 



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2005 Tilton A.nnual Report 



Payroll Expenses 
FICA % 2,615.21 

Retirement $ 1,852.28 

Payroll Exp. other S 31.702.38 

Total Payroll Expenses $ 36,169.87 

Postage & Delivery % 323.08 

Printing & Reproduction $ 10.00 

Professional Services 

Accounting $ 3,850.00 

Engineering $ 1.660.00 

Total Professional Services $ 5,510.00 

Recording Fee BCRD $ 1,827.66 

Telephone S 2.513.74 



Total Expense 








jy 


50.172.39 


Net Ordinary Income 








$ 63,653.94 


Other Income/Expense 












Other Income 














Bank error 






$ 


10.00 




Interest Income 












NHPDIP Interest 


$ 


886.95 








Projects Interest 


$ 


647.80 








Providian Bank Int. 


$ 


118.77 








Total Interest Income 






$ 


1,653.52 




Other Income 






$ 


2,425.25 




Rebate 






_I_ 


34.09 


Total Other Income 








JL 


4.122.86 


Net Other Income 








i_ 


4.122.86 


Net Income 








JL 


67.776.80 



Respectively submitted, 




iLUyv^ Qj 



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K>hanna Ames 
Administrator 



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PLANNING BOARD ANNUAL REPOR T 

The Tilron Planning Board had a very busy schedule in 2005 and many meetings went late into the 

evening. In 2005. the Board heard 3" subdivision and site plan review cases and 15 conceptual 
reviews design reviews. The cases and conceptual^ ranged trom min or subdivisions to larger scale 
co mm ercial and residential developments. 

Our largest case this past year involved the Konover subdivision. In 2005, the Planning Board held 
compliance hearings and gave final approval to the Konover subdivision, and approved the site plans for 
Lowe's Home Improvements. Chili's, and Kohl's, which will all be located on the Konover property. We 

also heard a conceptual for the development of the one remaining undeveloped parcel in the subdivision. 
The Konover subdivision and the subsequent site plans had numerous conditions placed on them by the 

Board mcluding the sampling of the storm water discharge from the property to the nver for chemical 
parameters and turbidity. To my knowledge this is the first time the Planning Board has implemented 
such a plan. 

At the last Town Meeting, voters approved the creanon of a new zone labeled Mixed Use II. Over the 
past year, the Planning Board spent a great deal of rime creating the zo ni ng ordinances, and having 
workshops and public heatings, concerning the Mixed Use II zone. Along with the Mixed Use zoning, the 
Board also fine tuned the signage ordinances, attended law reviews, and conducted a preliminary review of 
the Master Plan. 

It is clear when you drive down just about any street in Tiltoru that this quiet little town is growing by leaps 
and bounds. Our job as a Planning Board is to applv the Town's ordinances fairiv, as well as to balance 
the Towns growth with the needs and wishes :: the residents. This, at aires, can be a difficult task and 
this Board has handled the difficulty verv well I am very proud of the work the Planning Board has done 
over the past year, and everv member of the Board has realrr put their hearts into the job. Thank you to 
all who served. 

Also, thank you to everyone who attended our meetings. We value vour input and hope to see more o: 
vou in 2006. 



Respectfully submitted. 




Michelle Jackson, Chprman 



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BUILDING INSPECTORS REPORT 



The Building activity for 2005 has been similar to 2004. We have seen 12 new homes and many significant 
alterations and modifications to existing homes. As in previous years we have seen continued commercial 
growth in the area of exit 20. The projects completed were Lowe's Home Improvement Center, Wal-Mart 
Expansion, Green Ginger Restaurant and PSNH service center. Commercial growth totaled about 10.8 million 
doUars in 2005. 



2004 Building Reports 

NEW STRUCTURES 

Commercial 3 

Residential 12 ( New Homes ) 

ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS 106 

MANUFACTURED HOUSING 

New 9 

Removed 1 

MISCELANEOUS 15 

Total Permits Issued 146 

TOTAL FEES COLLECTED $ 19,460.00 



Respectfully Submitted; 

%^ju^ 

Joe Plessner 
Building Inspector 



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TILTON RESIDENTS 

HA VE YOU LICENSED YOUR DOG FOR 

2006? 



License Dogs April 1 st through April 30 



th 



red: 




CURRENT RABIES CERTIFICATES AND 
NEUTER/ SPAY PAPERWORK MUST BE PROVIDED 

FOR LICENSING. 

STATE LAW WILL IMPOSE A $1.00 PER MONTH 
PENALTY AFTER JUNE 1 AS WELL AS A CIVIL 
FORFEITURE OF $25.00 IF YOUR DOG IS NOT 

LICENSED PER RSA 466:1 



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Public Works 

Highway Department Report 

Once a year the Highway Department has the opportunity to inform the Residents of Tilton about 
some of the special projects completed during the year and new projects projected for the coming year. 

The first part of 2005 we had normal snow accumulation and normal winter temperatures. 

We had a very successful spring cleanup that consisted of curbside pick-up for one week for 
residents East of 1-93 and one week for residents West of 1-93. During the summer there were two 
additional weekends for collections. 



DRAINAGE PROJECTS COMPLETED: 

• 40 FT. of 18 inch culvert pipe on Vista Heights 

• 40 FT. of 1 8 inch culvert pipe on Dunlop Drive 

• Replaced 8 catch basin bottoms at various locations 

PAVING PROJECTS COMPLETED: 

• Third stage of Road Reconstruction on Dunlop Drive 

• Placed shoulder gravel on Dunlop Drive 

Major projects for 2006 are to continue with the shim and overlays of Town Roads and sidewalks. 
The Highway Department has been supported by other Town Departments and we continue to appreciate 
their support and cooperation and will continue to support them as well. 



Respectfully Submitted, 



Dennis Allen 

Director of Public Works 



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"Fostering cooperative solutions" 



NORTHEAST RESOURCE 
RECOVERY ASSOCIATION 

9 Bailey Road 
Chichester, NH 03258 
(603) 798-5777 
Fax (603) 798-5744 
e-mail: nrra@tds.net 
www.recyclewithus.org 



January 13, 2006 

Dennis Allen 
Town of Tilton 
257 Main Street 
Tilton, NH 03276 

Dear Mr. Allen, 

As you know, recycling has many benefits. For example, when waste is recycled, limited landfill 
space is conserved and waste management costs for communities are often reduced. But for 
many, the most important benefit of recycling is the significant environmental impact it has. 
When manufacturers use recycled materials instead of virgin materials, it conserves natural 
resources (such as coal, wood and minerals), reduces air and water pollution and minimizes our 
overall impact on our planet. 

The general public, however, often wonders if the small part they play in recycling results in 
environmental benefits. They always hear that recycling is "good for the environment", but why 
and how is it good? 

Enclosed please find your customized year end Environmental Impact Report which quantifies 
the environmental benefits of the recyclables your community sent to market through the Co-op 
in 2005. We hope you are as excited about this new report, which is also available electronically, 
as we are and will consider sharing it with your residents, so that they will know that their 
participation in your programs does have a significant environmental impact! 




Aaam Clark 

Member Services & Special Projects 



Enclosure 



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waste reduction 



reuse e recvclins; 



trash management 



^ printed on recycled paper 



2005 Tilton Annual Report 



JSrap 



A Recycling "Co-operative": 
Working Together to Make Municipal Recycling Strong!!! 

Northeast Resource Recovery Association, 9 Bailey Road, Chichester, NH 03258 

Telephone: (603)798-5777 Fax: (603)798-5744 

E-mail: nrra@tds.net Web Site: www.recyclewithus . org 



Town of Tilton 

Congratulations for being such active recyclers! 

Below please find information on the positive impact this recycling has 
had on your environment. 

The recyclable materials listed below were sent to market to be 
remanufactured into new products through your non-profit recycling 
cooperative, the Northeast Resource Recovery Association. 



Recyclable 
Material 


Amount Recycled 
In 2005 


Environmental Impact! 

Here is onlv one benefit of using this recycled 
material rather than natural resources (raw 
materials) to manufacture new products. 


Scrap Metal 


45 tons 


Conserved 45,000 pounds of coal! 



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CONCORD REGIONAL SOLID 

WASTE / RESOURCE 
RECOVERY COOPERA TIVE 



2006 BUDGET 

1. Wheelabrator Concord Company Service Fee $3,112,535 

2. Rebates and Reconciliation 80,500 

3. Bypass disposal Cost Reserve 224,000 

4. Franklin Residue Landfill 

a. Operation and Maintenance % 960,523 

b. Expansion Sinking Fund 1,800,000 

c. Closure Fund 129,000 

d. Long Term Maintenance Fund 14.000 

Total % 2,903,523 

% 6,320,558 

5. Cooperative Expenses, Consultants & Studies 465.021 

TOTAL BUDGET $ 6,785,579 

6. Less: Interest, surplus, recycled tons and over GAT. -1.109.000 
Net to be raised by Co-op Communities $5,676,579 

2006 GAT of 138,461 and Net Budget of 55,676,579 = 



Tipping Fee of $41.00 per ton 



We are happy to report to all member communities that 2005 marked our sixteenth complete year of 
successful operations. Some items of interest follow: 

The 2006 budget reflects a tipping fee of $41 per ton. This represents an increase of S2.35/ton. 

A total of 145,237 tons of Co-op waste was delivered to the Wheelabrator facility this year. This represents 
a decrease of 1,215 tons from 2004. This was the third time in sixteen years that the delivered tonnage 
actually decreased from the previous year. 

A total of 62,171 tons of ash were delivered to the Franklin ash monofill for disposal. The ash landfill 
continues to operate very well. Phase III Stage V is being filled at this time. Phase IV construction has 
started and will be completed in the Spring of 2006. Phase IV will provide disposal capacity through 2009. 

Negotiations with Wheelabrator concerning the extension of the Service Contract are near completion. 

Preliminary planning continues for permitting a new landfill in Canterbury. 



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2006 ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN UP 

TILTON RESIDENTS ONLY 

PI F. ASF, NOTE THE FOLLOWING RULES AND DATES 
FOR THE ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN UP: 



RESIDENTIAL DROP OFF 



The recycling area and collection center (located behind the Public Works Facility located at 581 West 
Main Street) will be open to Tilton residents only (No Commercial Haulers or Contractors Please) the following 
hours: 

Wednesday, May 3 rd thru Sunday, May 7 th 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 

(The facility will be closed Monday, May 1 st and Tuesday, May 2 nd ) 

for the collection of recyclable items (bundled newspaper, cardboard, aluminum cans, plastic, glass 
botdes), demolition materials (painted wood, sheet rock, asphalt shingles), appliances, metal, tires* and 
batteries. 

J No more than eight (8) rimless tires with a max of 16" diameter per household will be 
accepted 

▼ Do not bring brush, leaves or grass to the facility (see below) 

* No propane tanks, no hazardous waste, (oil based paints, electronic equipment, TV's, 
household cleaners etc.) will be accepted 



CURBSIDE PICKUP 



Monday, May 1 st thru Thursday, May 4 th East (Laconia) side of Interstate 93 

The town will provide curbside pickup of dismantled and stripped furniture, metal, wood, brush (no 
larger than four (4) inches in diameter and six (6) feet in length), grass and leaves in bags up to a 50 lb 
in weight. 

Monday. May 8 th thru Thursday. May 11 th West (Franklin) side of Interstate 93 

The town will provide curbside pickup of dismanded and stripped furniture, metal, wood, brush (no 
larger than four (4) inches in diameter and six (6) feet in length), grass and leaves in bags up to a 50 lb 
in weight. 



Inappropriate items will not be picked up and are the responsibility of the homeowner who is 
subject to the state littering statute 



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HUMAN SER VICE DEPAR TMENT 



This past year the Tilton's Human Service Department experienced a major increase in client inquiries thus 
resulting in additional applications but minimal changes in total overall expenditures. This trend was first 
noted in 2003 and is attributable to the following factors: the increasing perceived labor market from the 
new businesses moving to town, desirability of living in the Tilton community, the continued downturn in 
the economy, adults lacking basic education or marketable skills and changes in the residency requirement 
mandated by the courts, which make it possible for people literally to get off the bus in Tilton claim 
residency and the town must then provide for the basic needs of their residents. 

This year we again experienced an influx of applicants moving into town from out state, they are residing 
in properties that were constructed as seasonal lake properties. In a few cases we have landlords who pick 
up town welfare applications, drive applicants to the town for appointments in order for the tenant to 
receive town general assistance and the landlord then may contact the Welfare Director to complain that 
these tenants should be eligible for assistance as they have pre-screened them. It is cases like this that j 
makes the Welfare Director joke she would like to request that on interstate 93, the sign for the Town of 
Tilton add a small line indicating "No Vacancy". Landlords are frequently unaware that the applicant is the 
client of the town, the town is legally obligated to assist eligible clients, without a signed release which can 
be rescinded by the client at any time, this office can not provide information about the applicants 
eligibility, application or financial status. As many frequently note, we have increasing opportunities for 
employment in the Tilton community, however excitement about this expanding labor market should be 
tempered, a close analysis of the advertised positions, will identify the positions as in the retail or service 
industry, frequently paying low wages and lacking benefits. As new residents join our community, they are 
forced to confront the livable wage equation, to determine f they can earn enough to support sustainable 
living in this community, Southern New Hampshire has been grappling with this dilemma, for more than a 
decade. 

General assistance applicants are frequently awaiting disability determinations and have large prescription 
costs that law obligates the town, to fund these expenses at least until the state Division of Human 
Services or the Social Security Administration determines eligibility, in some cases until the all the multiple 
available appeal(s) have been exhausted. To illustrate how this impacts the budget, Tilton has been 
providing for the basic needs (rent, heat, lights, medication, of 2 applicants) since April 2005 and another 
two beginning in late August of 2005. In addition we have had to provide food vouchers, (the exact dollar 
figures are determined annually by the FDA "Thrifty Food Plan") for these applicants and or their families 
during the initial 90 days of their disability while they awaited state food stamps. 

In theory, the state does not downshift costs to the town; individuals should not be in the practice of 
requiring town and either state or federal assistance to meet basic needs. In reality this department is 
frequently faced with the necessity of assisting clients in order to avoid homelessness that are receiving 
state or federal aid. This Department is seeing this same scenario repeated because other funding sources 
of aid are quickly becoming depleted or entirely exhausted as they are designed only to be accessed on an 
annual basis. 



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Other expenses of note this year include the cost of three indigent burials this year. Homeless 
individuals /families that claim Tilton, as their Town of residence, continue to show up at welfare offices 
around the state, requiring us to determine residency, and coordinate services with other communities, 
increasing the potential expenses we must expend and potentially negatively impacting the school district 
budget.. As recently as five years ago, homelessness was very rare, it would have been attributable to a City 
problem, not the quaint New England community of Tilton. In 2005 we logged on average 10-15 welfare 
inquiries a week from individuals who are either homeless, facing eviction or looking for assistance with 
shelter. 

The lack of affordable housing has continued to plague families, and dramatically increase housing costs 
for the Town. This past year the average two-bedroom rental started to creep over the $800 price point, 
without utilities. Renters are making rental payments that exceed sometimes by multiple times the 
mortgage payments made on identical properties. Service workers and single parent families cannot afford 
these rents. Residents are forced to seek assistance from the Town for what amounts to rental subsidies 
when the delicate balance of juggling the family budget encounters unforeseen expenses, including car 
repairs and illness 

In Tilton the expectation is that of personal responsibility, we maintain a philosophy that town assistance 
is a fund of last resort. Applicants must have exhausted all other economic resources prior to being 
granted assistance from the Town. 

The Welfare Administrator works with families and clients to facilitate problem solving and to identify any 
barriers facing them in their journey to self-sufficiency. Referrals to appropriate resources and services as 
well as client advocacy are ongoing tasks of the Welfare Administrator. 

If someone is physically able to work, there are still jobs out there, however, the jobs that are now available 
are becoming more competitive to secure. A review of all applicants who were assisted this past year 
clearly illustrated a major underlying characteristic found in the majority of our applicants. The high 
secondary-school dropout rate, in our community and in our neighboring communities is creating a 
burden for the Human Service department, human service agencies, and leading to generational poverty. 
This in compounded by the limited numbers of adult basic education or training programs in the area, 
access to workforce training and the hurried pace families who are living on the economic brink deal with 
day in day out. Ninety four percent, more than 9 out of every 10 who attempt to complete a town welfare 
application lack a high school diploma. The word "attempt" to complete an application refers to the adult 
in the house's inability to clearly, completely and literally communicate their need for services. Many report 
that they have a hard time completing our application, If an adult cannot adequately apply for town 
welfare, how can they complete the mandatory job application forms needed to secure employment? This 
problem is compounded by the fact that it now takes more skills and determination to secure employment 
than in recent years., This office offers assistance in helping clients find these opportunities in order to 
secure employment. We are cognizant of the realization that given two appkcants one with a high school 
diploma or a GED and one without, the one without given all others factors remaining constant will not 
be offered the job. As we have noted more frequently than not, the person working with the Town who is 
a recipient of general assistance, does not have this basic entry key or tool to enter the workforce. All too 
often the student who leaves school before graduating, becomes a parent before they are financially stable, 
leading to multiple dependants at an earlier age, and a partner who lacks basic education and skills because 
they too have left high school before graduation. 



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Individual applicants are expected to vigilantly seek employment with a requirement of 
completing five applications each day. The Welfare Administrator assists this process by 
providing information on current job hunting techniques and skills as well as providing 
referrals and feedback from prospective area employers. 

The Tilton community in enriched and benefits gready by the assistance provided from local 
churches and community organizations. Local food pantries, as well as the Community 
Action Program have helped to minimize our expenditures while still serving the needy. The 
burden of assistance has been alleviated by numerous local charities that wish to remain 
anonymous; their contribution to Tilton residents exceeds ten thousand dollars (SI 0,000) 
annually. 

This past holiday season the Welfare Administrator worked to coordinate the applications 
for the Thanksgiving and Christmas Food Baskets as well as the Tilton Northfield 
Sanbornton Christmas Fund. This is an effort that brings joy, happiness, clothing, and 
warmth to many in our community. The dollar value for this Holiday assistance to the poor 
in our community is in excess of $18,000. The dollar figure is significant to our town but 
many recipients will attest this program's value cannot strictly be measured in replacement 
costs of goods provided, but by the intrinsic value of what it provides to all who participate 
is impossible to adequately calculate. 

With the on-going vulnerability of the economy, the increasingly transient population the 
instability of the local labor market the years of low expenditures for town assistance have 
unfortunately leveled off we are experiencing a brief period of adjustment related to the 
economic changes given the above mentioned challenges. 

We will continue to meet our responsibility to provide assistance, referrals and support to 
the sick, the needy, and the working poor in Tilton. The total expended on behalf of Tilton 
Residents in General Assistance by the Tilton Human Service Department in 2005 did not 
exceed $23,000, remaining at the same level of spending as in 2005. 

Total applications for Town of Tilton General Assistance Processed by year: 
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 



TOTAL 


142 


216 


268 


367 


349 


387 


ADULTS 


184 


246 


289 


381 


384 


411 


CHILDREN 


141 


147 


163 


204 


201 


246 



Respectfully submitted, 
Heather D. Thibodeau, M.Ed. 



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REP OR T OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE 

The past year has been busy for the Police department. We have experienced, again, an increase in calls 
for sendee. The area has grown so rapidly and more and more people are coming into the area to do 
business. Identity fraud has become a problem of concern. We have so many stores now and are seeing 
identity fraud through credit cards, checks, and the internet. 

Since we have added a patrolman for traffic enforcement the amount of motor vehicle stops has increased 
and I believe that people are seeing more of a presence on the roadways. 

We are asking to add a detective this year due to the workload that we are experiencing. The felonv cases 
have doubled in the past five years. 

We are expecting more calls this year due to Lowe's development opening soon. The development will add 
several new large chain stores to the Town. Traffic lights were added at the entrance and I am sure that 
they will cause some interesting traffic related calls. 

We have formed a study group for looking into the need for a new Police Station. We are asking for thirty 
five thousand dollars for 2006 so that we can retain an engineer and architect. They will look into the 
need, design and price. We are not looking to propose a building plan until 2008 Town meeting. There are 
security issue that need to be corrected, requirements for evidence storage which we do not have the room 
for, lack of administrative space. We hope to make the new facility large enough for future growth. We 
are hoping to build, along with and attached to the police station, a auditorium large enough for Town 
functions and meetings and will also be used for training purposes. 

Officer Lisa Carter left the department this year to work for the Town of New Hampton as a Sergeant. 

Luke Pinault was hired to replace her and previously worked for the Franklin Police department and was 
full time certified when we hired him. 



In closing I would again ask that if you see something suspicious or that just dose not look right, please 
call so that we may possibly prevent a crime. I welcome anyone who would like to tour the Police station 
to come and do so. This will give you an idea for the need for a new facility. 



..KespectyfuirV su'DrnitTtea, 

/ /Wt /J^t 




If 




ChiyeT Kent G. Chapman 

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2005 CALLS FOR SERVICE 



Calls for service 


10,287 






MV Summons 


877 






MV Accidents 


401 






MV Assists 


207 






MV Stops 


4116 






Arrests 


515 






Offenses 


1120 






Armed Robbery 


1 


Lockouts 


283 


Assaults 


77 


Parking Comp. 


149 


Bad Checks 


46 


Reckless Op. 


90 


Burglary 


48 


Sex Offenses 


16 


Civil Issues 


120 


Shoplifting 


25 


Criminal Mischief 


82 


Thefts 


287 


Criminal Trespass 


28 


Juv. Complaints 


135 


Disorderly 


59 






DWI 


48 






Domestic 


82 






Fight 


24 






Forgery 


32 






Intoxicated Subject 


41 







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Calls for Service 



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10345 












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1 

! 








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8000 i 
1 






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6628 














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1 






4000 1 

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2000 I 

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2000 



1995 



Arrests 



600 



500 I 



400 



300 ? 



200 •! 



1(X) t 



524 



2(X)5 



304 




2000 
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I Arrests 



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MV stops/Citations 



DMVstops ©Citations 



4500 | 
4000 i 
3500 1 
3000 i 
250O 1 
2000 1 
1500 I 
1000 j 
500 1 

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1742 




195 195 



2003 



2000 
Years 



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OFFENSES 



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1200 



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800 1 



600 



400 1 



200 I 



113> 




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966 




2000 



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TILTON POLICE STA TION STUDY GROUP 



At the March 2006 Town Meeting the Town will consider a warrant article to appropriate S35,000 
to retain an architectural and engineering firm to start the process of planning for a new police 
facility. 

Tilton is a growing community. Over the past 10 years, we have seen significant growth in 
commercial development at Exit 20. We presently are experiencing security issues at the present 
station, i.e. prisoner having access to certain areas of the station. Requirement of evidence storage 
which we have out grown. Lack of administrative space. Lack of parking to name a few. 

We started the process in 2005, convening a study committee to identify space needs of the Police 
Department and complete an initial screening of potential sites. We are presently looking at a 
parcel of Land on Route 132 above J -Jill. This is centrally located in the Town and gives us easy 
access to all major roads quickly. We searched other areas and found no other suitable sites. We 
expect to seek funding for the initial design of the facility at the 2007 March Town meeting, 
complete the design, and bid the project for construction in the fall of 2007. This will give a firm 
construction price for the 2008 Town Meeting. If approved, construction will commence in the 
spring of 2008 with an anncrpated completion date of summer 2009. 

It is too early in the process to give a price estimate of the facility. We are over 2 years away from 
soliciting bids for the work, the building construction marketplace has been hard to predict over 
the past few years and there are many details that must be worked out regarding building size and 
site constraints that we may encounter. The purpose of the work proposal for this year is to 
develop concept plans for the building and site so that we can develop more definite cost 
information for the community to consider. Please stop by the present station for a tour. 



Respect fj^TSubmittea, 




Chief Kent G. Chapman 

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Winnisquam Fire Department 



The officers and members of our all volunteer fire/rescue department would again like to extend our 
thanks and appreciation to the officials and residents of the towns of Belmont and Sanbornton, and the 
Tilton-Northfield Fire District for their continued support. This past year signified not only the busiest in 
the history of the Winnisquam Fire Department, with 549 calls (fifty more that our previous record high), 
but also one of proposed major change. 

A breakdown of our calls for 2005, by type and location, is as follows 





Belmont 

109 


Sanbornton T 

41 


ilton/Northf 


ield Mutual Aid 


Medical 


67 


2 


All Fire Calls 


130 


50 


43 


16 


Auto Accidents 


25 


5 


29 


2 


Service Calls 


20 


5 


9 






284 101 144 20 

We presendy have 25 members, of which 10 are Licensed Emergency Medical Technicians, including three 
at Intermediate level of Advanced Life Support, one of which is currendy enrolled in the Paramedic 
program. We operate with two engines, one built in 1980, the other in 1998, a 1997 ambulance, a four- 
wheel drive forestry vehicle on loan from the State, and a 1976 fireboat. 

This past year we hosted a Firefighter Level 2 class at our station. The class was taught by instructors from 
the New Hampshire Fire Academy, and was attended by personnel from a number of area departments. 
We would also like to extend our thanks to the Fire Academy for their time and efforts with the class. We 
would also like to thank Reed's Auto Wrecking for the donation of time, facilities and cars for the class. 

The major change for the upcoming year is our proposed merger with the Belmont Fire Department. If 
the merger is approved at the Belmont Town Meeting, then as of April 1, 2006, the Winnisquam Fire 
Department operation will become "Station 2" of the Belmont Fire Department. The primary reasons for 
this proposed merger are the increase in call volume, the difficulty in getting members who are able to 
respond weekdays during working hours, and who are able to make major cornmitment of the time 
required for training and maintenance of the building and vehicles. We believe that this merger will be of 
benefit to continued operation of the Fire Station, and to the communities we serve. 

Again, we want to thank the Towns and the Fire District for their sixty plus years of support of the 
Winnisquam Fire Department's operation. 



Respectively submitted, 



Kevin M. Nugent Jr., Chief 



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Tilton-Northfield Fire District 

District Meeting March 7, 2005 

Meeting called to order at 7:08PM by Moderator Scott McGuffin. 

Article 1 . To choose a Moderator for the ensuing year. 

Motion to nominate Scott McGuffin. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 2. to choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

Motion to nominate Janine Vary. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 3. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

Motion to nominate Roland Seymour. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 4 To choose a Fire Commissioner for the ensuing 3 years. 

Motion to nominate Thomas Gallant. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 5 A motion was made and seconded for Commissioners to purchase a new ambulance 

for the District. Further, to see if the District will vote to appropriate an amount not 
to exceed One Hundred Thirty Six Thousand Dollars ($136,000.00) to purchase said 
Ambulance, and to further authorize the Commissioners to withdraw an amount not 
to exceed One Hundred Thirty Six Thousand ($136,000.00), from the Rescue Capital 
Reserve Trust Fund. Such amount is to be used to fund the purchase of the 
Ambulance. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 6 A motion was made and seconded for the District to raise and appropriate One 

Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00), to be added to the Land and Building 
Capital Reserve Fund. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 7 A motion was made and seconded for the District to raise and appropriate Fifty 

Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00), to be added to the Fire Truck Capital Reserve Fund. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 8 a motion was made and seconded for the District to renew the Water Contract and 

raise and appropriate the sum of One Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars 
($130,000.00) for that purpose. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 9 A motion was made and seconded for the District to raise and appropriate the sum 

of Twelve Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty Dollars ($12,850.00) for the support of 
the Winnisquam Fire Department. 
MOTION CARRIED 



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Article 10 A motion was made and seconded for the District to raise and appropriate the sum 

of One Million Two Hundred Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred Thirty Six Dollars 
($1,217,636.00) as the operating budget for the Fire District. This article includes all 
warrant articles. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 11 A motion was made and seconded for the District to adopt the provisions of RSA 

31:95-C, to restrict the revenues from Ambulance Billings to expenditures for the 
purposes of Apparatus and Equipment replacement. Such revenues and 
expenditures shall be accounted for in a special fund to be known as the 'Apparatus 
Replacement and Equipment Fund". This fund would be separate from the General 
Fund. Any surplus in said fund shall not be deemed part of the General Fund 
accumulated surplus and shall be expended only after a vote by the Fire District at a 
District Meeting to appropriate a specific amount from said fund for a specific 
purpose related to the purpose of the fund or source of revenues. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 12 A motion was made and seconded to accept the report of the Treasurer and the Fire 

commissioners and pass any vote relating thereto. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 13 A motion was made and seconded authorizing the Fire Commissioners to apply for, 

receive and expend federal and state grants, which may become available during the 
course of the year, in accordance with RSA 31:95-b and also to accept and expend 
money, form any other governmental unit or private source, to be used for the 
purposes for which the Fire District may legally appropriate money. 
MOTION CARRIED 

Article 14 A motion was made and seconded to see if the District, in accordance with RSA 

33:7, will vote to authorize the Fire Commissioners to borrow money in anticipation 

of taxes. 

MOTION CARRIED 

Article 15 A motion was made and seconded to transact any other business. 

A motion was made to dissolve the district and make two fire companies. 
Moderator ruled this motion was out of order and would need to go on next years 
warrant articles as a petition. 
MOTION DENIED 



Motion was made and seconded to adjourn the meeting. Meeting adjourned at 9:15PM. 
Respectfully submitted 

i\ ** 

-Janine L. Vary, Clerk 




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Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accountants & Auditors 

193 North Main Street • Concord • New Hampshire • 03301-5063 - 603-225-6996 • FAX-224-13S0 

INDEPENDENT A UDITOR 'S REPORT 

To the Members of the Board of Commissioners 
Tilton-Northfield Fire District 
Northfield, New Hampshire 

We have audited the accompanying financial statements of the Tiiton-Northfield Fire District, as of and for the year 
ended December 3 1 , 2004 as shown on pages 2 through4. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Til'ton- 
Nortb-field Fire District' s management. Our responsibility' is to express opinions on these financial statements based on 
our audit 

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. 
Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial 
statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the 
amounts and disclosures m the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and 
significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We 
believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinions. 

Management has chosen not to implement Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement No. 34, Basic 
Financial Statements - and Management 's Discussion and Analysis -for State and Local Governments. Therefore these 
financial statements are presented following the principles that were in effect prior to GASB Statement No. 34. 
Management has not presented government-wide financial statements to display the financial position and changes in 
financial position of its governmental activities and business-type activities. The financial statements presented do not 
contain separate statements for governmental, proprietary, if applicable and fiduciary fund types, nor are major and non- 
major funds separately identified and classified. The financial statements presented report expendable trust funds, which 
should be reported as special revenue funds under the new reporting model. The financial statements also present a 
general long-term debt account group which should not be reported as such, but the information contained therein should 
be included in the government-wide financial statements were they presented. Also, the financial statements do not 
contain any information on capital assets because the government has not maintained historical cost records of such 
assets. Management has not presented a management' s discussion and analysis as required. The amounts that would 
be reported in the missing statements and required supplementary information, and the effects of reclassifying and 
properly reporting the information presented are not reasonably determined. 

In our opinion, because of the effects of the matters discussed in the preceding paragraph, the financial statements 
referred to above do not present fairly, in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States 
of Amenca, the financial position of the Tilton-Northfield Fire District as of December 3 1, 2004, or the changes in its 
financial position or its cash flows, where applicable, for the year then ended. 

Our audit was conducted for the purpose of forming opinions on the financial statements that collectively comprise the 
Tilton-Northfield Fire District basic financial statements. The individual fond statements are presented for purposes of 
additional analysis and are not a required part of the basic financial statements. For reasons stated in the third paragraph 
of this report, we expressed an opinion that the financial statements of the Tilton-Northfield Fire District do not fairly 
present financial position, results of operations, and cash flows in conformity with accounting principles generally 
accepted in the United States of America. Therefore, we do not express an opinion on the accompanying individual fund 
statements. 

June 22 ' 2005 ?tx4j&o^ (WecidtL&tu 

Financial statements are availabie for review at y 

the offices of Tilton-Northfield Fire District 

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TILTON-NORTHFIELD FIRE DISTRICT 

BANK ACCOUNTS SUMMARY 

January 1, 2005 through December 31, 2005 



Operating Account: 
Balance January 1, 2005 

Interest Earned 

Deposits 
Total Funds Available 

Disbursements 
Balance December 31, 2005 

Insurance (Rescue) Proceeds: 
Balance January 1, 2005 

Interest Earned 

Deposits 
Total Funds Available 

Disbursements 
Balance December 31, 2005 



TILTON & NORTHFIELD FIRE DISTRICT 

BALANCE SHEET 

Cash Basis - Unaudited 

December 31, 2005 



ASSETS: 

Bank Account Balances 
Checking 

TOTAL ASSETS 

LIABILITIES & EQUITY: 

Liabilities 

Total Liabilities 
xzEquity 

Unreserved Balance 1/1/05 

Accumulated Reserve for 2005 

Total Equity 
TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY 

(Balance Sheet is unaudited; using a strict cash Basis) 

Respectfully submitted, 
Roland C. Seymour, Treasurer 



$ 126,233.86 



67,463.05 

58.770.81 



48,174.22 

171.38 

1.344.504.32 

1,392,849.92 

-1.267.116.06 

125,733.86 



19,288.83 

37.97 

221.093.58 

240,420.38 

-239.920.38 

500.00 



126,233.86 



0.00 



126.233.86 
126,233.86 



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2005 Tilton-North field Fire District 
Report of the Fire Chief 



Once again I would like 10 thank the residents, visitors, and business people of the communities for 
their support throughout the year. It is those that we serve that make the job so rewarding. I can 
speak for all of our employees when I say it is a pleasure to serve you. 

In 2005. vour Fire & EMS Department responded to 1622 incidents an increase of 12.9% from 
2004). This is a considerable workload for a department of our srze. The department consists of 40 
call firefighters !paid on call and 10 career personnel. Even with the elevated workload, members 
were able to attend 2146 hours of training. 

In Februarv of 2005. Tilton-Xorthrield Fire & EMS began providing 24 hour coverage. The 
firefighters are based out of the Center Street Station which now has the necessary living facilities to 
accommodate them. Each shift is staffed with 2 personnel. We realize that this is rninrmal staffing 
and we continue to rely heavily on the response of our call firefighters to supplement the full time 
staff. There is no doubt that we can't do it without their assistance. 

Full time coverage decreased our average response time to incidents by 50° o. This is a significant 
decrease that benefits the people we serve, tremendously. 

Fire Prevention. Public Safety Education, and Code Enforcement are clearly part of our mission and 
continue to be a priority. This was the first year we were able to use our Fire Safety Trailer to 
enhance our Public Education Program in our elementary schools. We received excellent reviews 
from both the students and the staff. The trailer is designed to help teach youngsters about kitchen 
safety, crawling low in smoke, and home escape methods. The trailer also has a special room that 
can demonstrate the effectiveness of a residential sprinkler head. Although this demonstration was 
not used at the schools, it will be very effective with our more mature audiences. Special attention 
continues to be given to apartment buildings this year in an effort to bring these buildings into 
compliance with a 1999 State law which requires hard-wired smoke detectors in all apartment 
buildings with 3 or more units. All inspection services are provided at no cost to owner occupant 
and strive to improve fire safer." in the corrimunitv. Any home or business owner may contact the 
fire station to request a fire inspection of any type occupancy. 

This year we will be asking the voters to approve several ordinances. One will clearly state our 
adoption of XFPA 1, Uniform Fire Code. Adoption of the code will not change the standards that 
we work from, however, it will clearly establish a foundation from which we enforce tire code issues. 
Another proposed ordinance establishes a fee structure for permits that the Fire Prevention Officer 
will issue. An additional ordinance will propose a house numbering ordinance. We continue to 
struggle with unmarked or poorly marked houses throughout both communities. This results in 
unnecessary delays dunng an emergency. 



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The Fire Department building committee worked closely with the Tilton Police Department Building 
Committee last year to explore the possibility of a combined Police/Fire Public Safety Building. When it 
became apparent that the site chosen for the building was on Sanborn Road, beyond the J Jill property, the 
Fire Department Building Committee, in conjunction with the Commissioners, decided the location would 
not be a suitable location for our fire department headquarters. We are in support of a public safety 
building concept and look forward to working for alternatives in the future. We are very sensitive to the 
fact that our response times increase dramatically in the East Tilton area. We continue to look for 
available and affordable property east of Exit 20 for a possible fire station site. We continue to explore 
options of adding on to the Park Street Station. Preliminary discussions of our options on that site have 
been discussed with an architect and the Town of Northfield, including the Northfield Police Department. 
Our department has been tremendously impacted by the growth of both communities and we will 
continue to explore ways to better serve them. 

We are proud to report that we were the recipients of an Assistance to Firefighters Grant in 2005 in the 
amount of $199,500. This money will be used to purchase a pumper/tanker which will replace our current 
Engine 3. It will have 2500 gallons of water and be able to carry 2000' of 4" hose. This will enhance our 
ability to supply water for fire suppression purposes outside of the hydrant district in the communities. 
This year, voters will be asked to approve the purchase of a pumper to replace our current Engine 4, built 
in 1974. Much of the money for this purchase had been placed in a capital reserve fund. The balance will 
be paid from the Apparatus and Equipment Replacement fund. 

I would like to thank all of the organizations in both communities that assist us daily. Without their 
cooperation, our jobs would be much more difficult and even more dangerous! 

We look forward to serving you throughout 2006. If there is anything we can do to assist you, please do 
not hesitate to call or stop by. Look for our new Web Site in the Spring!! Your safety and continued 
support is important to us. 



Respectfully submitted, 




W, 



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Chief Stephen M. Carrier 



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Tilton-Northfield Fire & 

EMS 
Emergency Incidents 2005 





1996 


1997 


1998 


1999 


2000 


2001 


2002 


2003 


2004 


2005 


Med Aid 


469 


507 


511 


582 


659 


713 


663 


585 


662 


806 


MVA 


127 


135 


106 


102 


98 


138 


189 


142 


185 


211 


Structure 


33 


34 


24 


13 


16 


40 


29 


23 


24 


31 


Fire Ainu 


110 


101 


104 


97 


82 


90 


145 


187 


156 


174 


Other 


208 


179 


97 


80 


100 


265 


347 


300 


413 


208 


Mut. Aid 


60 


83 


57 


88 


90 


88 


59 


128 


150 


191 


Total 


1007 


1039 


899 


962 


1045 


1334 


1432 


1365 


1590 


1621 



T-N Fire & EMS 7-Year Incident Data 



1000 

900 

800 

700 

1 600 

•3 500 

J 400 

300 

200 

100 






1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 

Year 



Northfield 
Tilton 



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Report of Forest Fire Warden and State Forest Ranger 

Your local Forest Fire Wardens, Chief Stephen M. Carrier and Deputy Chief Mike Robinson, Tilton-Northfield Fire & EMS, 
and the State of New Hampshire Division of Forests & Lands work collaboratively to reduce the risk and frequency of wildland 
fires in New Hampshire. To help us assist you, please contact Tilton-Northfield Fire & EMS at (603)286-4781 to determine if a 
permit is required before doing ANY outside burning. A fire permit is required for all outside burning unless the ground is 
completely covered with snow. The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services also prohibits the open burning of 
household waste. Citizens are encouraged to contact the fire department or DES at 1-800-498-6868 or www.des.state.nh.us for 
more information. Safe open burning requires diligence and responsibility. Help us to protect New Hampshire's forest 
resources. For more information please contact the Division of Forests & Lands at (603) 271-2217, or online at www.nhdfl.org. 

Fire activity was high during the first several weeks of the 2005 fire season, with red-flag conditions issued by the National 
Weather Service and extreme fire danger in the southern and central portions of the state. This period of increased initial attack 
activity prompted a 5-day ban on open burning, the first such ban in several years. Despite the dry conditions, the state's largest 
wildland fire was contained at 29 acres. Our statewide system of fire lookout towers is credited with keeping the fires small and 
saving several structures this season due to their quick and accurate spotting capabilities. Fires in the wildland urban interface 
damaged 10 structures, a constant reminder that forest fires bum more than just trees. Homeowners should take measures to 
prevent a wildland fire from spreading to their home. Precautions include keeping your roof and gutters clear of leaves and pine 
needles, and maintaining adequate green space around your home free of flammable materials. Additional information and 
homeowner recommendations are available at www. fireunse.org . Please help Smokey Bear, your local fire department and the 
state's Forest Rangers by being fire wise and fire safe! 



2005 FIRE STATISTICS 

(All fires reported as of November 4, 2005} 



FIRE ACTIVITY BY COUNTY 




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I B Number Fires 






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CAUSES OF FIRES REPORTED 



Arson 


2 


Campfire 
Children 


34 
29 


Smoking 
Debris 


40 

284 


Railroad 


1 


Equipment 
Lightning 


7 
5 



Misc. 





Total Fires 


Total Acres 


2005 


513 


174 


2004 


482 


147 


2003 


374 


100 


2002 


540 


187 



111 (*Misc: power lines, fireworks, electric fences, etc.) 



ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDLAND FIRE 

Approximately 900 bum permits were handed out in 2005 by Tilton-Northfield Fire & EMS 



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Warrant 

Town Meeting 

2006 Budget 



March 18, 2006 



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TOWN OF TILTON 

BELKNAP COUNTY 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the inhabitants of Tilton, Count} 7 of Belknap, qualified to vote in 
Town .Affairs : 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO MEET AT THE 
WINNISQUAM REGIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ON 
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2006 AT 8:00 AM TO ACT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SUBJECTS: 

(Polls will be open from 8 am to 7 pm) 

Article 1. To choose all necessary town officers for the ensuing year as 
presented on the ballot prepared for the same. 



Article 2. To choose the necessary school officials for the Winnisquam 
Regional School District as presented on the ballot prepared for the same. 



Article 3. To see if the District will vote to adopt the provisions of kSA 
40:13 (known as SB 2) to allow official ballot voting on all issues before the 
schools of the Winnisquam School District on the second Tuesday of March, (by 
petition) 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the changes in the Tilton 
Zoning Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the changes in the Tilton 
Zoning Ordinance to change the maximum residential density in the 'Village 
Residential District (VR)" from 3 to 2 dwelling units per lot as proposed by 
petition. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the changes in the Tilton 
Zoning Ordinance to require 2 off street parking spaces for each unit in 
condominium, apartment and multi-family dwellings as proposed by petition. 



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AND ON THE 18™ DAY OF MARCH 2006 AT 8:00 IN THE 
FORENOON AT THE WINNISQUAM REGIONAL HIGH 
SCHOOL TO ACT ON THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS: 



Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
three hundred ninety-one thousand, seven hundred fifty-nine dollars ($391,759) 
as a supplemental appropriation for the Lochmere sewer project; and to see if 
the town will vote to authorize the selectmen to issue not more than three 
hundred ninety-one thousand, seven hundred fifty-nine dollars ($391,759) in 
bonds or long term notes in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal 
Budget Act for the Lochmere sewer project and further to authorize the 
selectmen to issue and negotiate such notes or bonds and to determine the rate 
of interest thereon, and to take such other action as may be necessary to 
effectuate the issuing, sale and delivery of such bonds or notes. (RSA 33) 

(Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 

(This warrant article requires a ballot vote and must receive a 2/3 vote of 

approval from those present and voting (RSA 33: 8 -a)) 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
two hundred sixty-eight thousand, five hundred dollars ($268,500) for the 
purchase of approximately seven (7) acres of land located on the Sanborn Road 
(Route 132) presently owned by the Guy B. Miller 1989 Trust and comprising the 
following parcels depicted on the 2005 Tilton tax map: 0R19-15-02, 0R19-15- 
03, 0R19-15-04, 0R19-15-05, 0R19-15-06 and including the road layout 
depicted on the tax map; further to see if the town will vote to authorize the 
selectmen to issue not more than two hundred sixty-eight thousand, five 
hundred dollars ($268,500) in bonds or long term notes in accordance with the 
provisions of the Municipal Budget Act and to authorize the selectmen to issue 
and negotiate such notes or bonds and to determine the rate of interest 
thereon, and to take such other action as may be necessary to effectuate the 
issuing, sale and delivery of such bonds or notes. (RSA 33) 

(Recommended by the Selectmen and by the Budget Committee) 

(This warrant article requires a ballot vote and must receive a 2/3 vote of 

approval from those present and voting (RSA 33: 8 -a)) 



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Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) for the Tilton Main Street Program. 

(Majority vote required) 
(Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 



Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
forty thousand dollars ($40,000) to be added to the Roads and Bridges 
Reconstruction/Repair Capital Reserve Fund previously established. 

(Majority vote required) 
(Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to be added to the Recreation Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established. 

(Majority vote required) 
(Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 



Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the expenditure of an 
additional one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) for the purpose of 
completing construction of the Tilton Riverfront Park on the property known as 
the old Pillsbury Mill site. Authorization is for the raising of the money through 
grants and fundraising activities currently underway and not through taxation. 

(Majority vote required) 
(Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 



Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
ten thousand dollars ($10,000) to upgrade the video equipment used to record 
selectmen's meetings and to expand the coverage of meetings to include the 
standing boards and committees of the town. 

(Majority vote required) 

(Recommended by the Selectmen) 

(Not recommended by the Budget Committee) 



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Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to be used by the Formula Committee 
established by a vote of the 2005 Town Meeting for legal and related expenses 
to investigate and evaluate the withdrawal by the Town from the Winnisquam 
Regional Co-operative School District; and further, to vote to have the Formula 
Committee report its findings to the 2007 Town Meeting; provided, however, if 
the Winnisquam School District votes at its annual meeting to adopt the 
petitioned warrant article as presented on the warrant or as amended favorable 
to the Town of Tilton for the redistribution of the costs of the Winnisquam 
Regional Co-operative School District, this article will become null and void. 

(Majority vote required) 
(Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 



Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 

of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for the purposes of completing an 
assessment of the Tilton Police Department ($15,000) and to conduct an 
architectural and engineering study for the construction of a new police station 
($35,000). 

(Majority vote required) 
(Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee) 



Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to accept the operating budget 
submitted by the Budget Committee in the amount of four million, three hundred 
eleven thousand, seven hundred eighty-two dollars ($4,311,782) posted as part 
of this warrant, and pass any vote in relation thereto. 



(Majority vote required) 



Article 17. To see if the town will vote to adopt the following ordinance: 

"Winter Parking Ban 
Ordinance 

Effective on November 15 th through April 1 st annually, it shall 
be illegal for any vehicle to be left unattended upon any public street or 
roadway within the boundaries of the Town of Tilton. 



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Route 3/11 (a.k.a. West Main Street, Main Street, East Main 
Street and Laconia Road) shall be exempt from this ordinance. 

This ordinance shall not apply to emergency vehicles or those 
vehicles given special permission by the Police Department, the Highway 
Department or the Board of Selectmen in extreme emergency 
circumstances. 

>4ny vehicle found parked contrary to the provisions of this 
ordinance shall be towed at the expense of the owner of the vehicle and 
shall also be subject to certain penalties as provided in Chapter 200 of 
Tilton Traffic Regulations." 



Article 18. To see what action the Town will take in regards to the reports of 
its officers and agents. 



Article 19. To enact any other business that may legally come before this 
meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this 16 th day of February in the year of 
our Lo 




Robert G. Brown 




David E. Wadleigh" 




therine D. Dawson 



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Stever^efi.eary' 



Tilton Selectmen 



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A true copy of warrant attest 




Robert G. Brown 



David E. Wadleigrf 



Tilton Selectmen 



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BUDGET OF THE TOWN 
WITH A MUNICIPAL BUDGET COMMITTEE 



OF: 



Tilton, NH 



BUDGET FORM FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24 



Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year January 1 , to December 31 , 



or Fiscal Year From 



to 



IMPORTANT: 



Please read RSA 32:5 applicable to all municipalities. 



1 . Use this form to list the entire budget in the appropriate recommended and not recommended area. 
This means the operating budget and all special and individual warrant articles must be posted. 

2. Hold at least one public hearing on this budget. 

3. When completed, a copy of the budget must be posted with the warrant. Another copy must be 
placed on file with the town clerk, and a copy sent to the Department of Revenue Administration 
at the address below. 



This form was posted with the warrant on (Date): 



February 22, 2006 




BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Please sign in ink. 



Robert 


Szot 


Robert 


Sharon 


Steven 


O'Leary 


Timothy 


Pearson 


Charles 


Q. Hall 


Benjamin Labelle 



THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT 



FOR DRA USE ONLY 



NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 
(603)271-3397 



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Warr. 


Estimated Revenues 


Revenues 


Revenues 


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SOURCE OF REVENUE 


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Prior Year 


Prior Year 


Ensuing Year 





TAXES 






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3120 


Land Use Change Taxes - General Fund 










3180 


Resident Taxes 










3185 


Timber Taxes 




$ 


12,000.00 


$ 3,720.00 


$ 10,000.00 


3186 


Payment in Lieu of Taxes 




$ 


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$ 30,396.00 


$ 25,000.00 


3189 


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$ 10,948.00 


$ 10,500.00 


3190 


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$ 63,521.00 


$ 67,000.00 




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LICENSES, PERMITS & FEES 






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3210 


Business Licenses & Permits 




$ 


4,350.00 


$ 1,005.00 


$ 4,350.00 


3220 


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 




$ 


520,000.00 


$ 527,456.00 


$ 540,000.00 


3230 


Building Permits 




$ 


23,500.00 


$ 23,900.00 


$ 20,000.00 


3290 


Dther Licenses, Permits & Fees 




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$ 24,697.00 


$ 20,000.00 


3311-3319 


FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 













FROM STATE 






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3351 


Shared Revenues 




$ 


40,444.00 


$ 50,444.00 


$ 40,444.00 


3352 


Vleals & Rooms Tax Distribution 




$ 


130,329.00 


$ 130,329.00 


$ 130,329.00 


3353 


Highway Block Grant 




$ 


54,374.00 


$ 54,374.00 




3354 


Water Pollution Grant 




$ 


5,405.00 


$ 5,405.00 


$ 5,405.00 


3355 


-lousing & Community Development 










3356 


State & Federal Forest Land Reimbursement 










3357 


r lood Control Reimbursement 










3359 


Dther (Including Railroad Tax) 




$ 


629.00 






3379 


FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS 













CHARGES FOR SERVICES 




XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3401-3406 


ncome from Departments 




$ 335,000.00 


$ 344,108.00 


$ 345,000.00 


3409 


Dther Charges 




$ 55,000.00 


$ 63,828.00 


$ 55,000.00 





MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 






XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3501 


Sale of Municipal Property 




$ 


28,550.00 


$ 28,550.00 


5000 


3502 


Interest on Investments 




$ 


18,200.00 


$ 18,810.00 


19000 


3503-3509 


Dther 




$ 


200,000.00 


$ 200,000.00 


$ 10,000.00 



INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN 




XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3912 


= rom Special Revenue Funds 




$ 76,000.00 


$ 76,000.00 


$ 66,000.00 


3913 


= rom Capital Projects Funds 











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Actual 


Estimated 






Warr. 


Estimated Revenues 


Revenues 


Revenues 


ACCT.# 


SOURCE OF REVENUE 


Art.# 


Prior Year 


Prior Year 


Ensuing Year 



INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN cont. 



xxxxxxxxx 



xxxxxxxxx 



xxxxxxxxx 



3914 


= rom Enterprise Funds 












Sewer - (Offset) 




$ 282,660.00 


$ 282,660.00 


$ 


275,733.00 




Water - (Offset) 








$ 


27,412.00 




Electric - (Offset) 












Airport - (Offset) 










3915 


= rom Capital Reserve Funds 










3916 


r rom Trust & Fiduciary Funds 




$ 700.00 


$ 714.00 


$ 


700.00 


3917 


Transfers from Conservation Funds 











OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 



XXXXXXXXX 



xxxxxxxxx 



xxxxxxxxx 



3934 


3 roc. from Long Term Bonds & Notes 








$ 660,259.00 


Amounts VOTED From F/B ("Surplus") 










Fund Balance ("Surplus") to Reduce Taxes 











TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE & CREDITS 


S 1,924,141.00 


S 1,940,865.00 


S 2,337,132.00 



** 



BUDGET SUMMARY 



** 





PRIOR YEAR 
ADOPTED BUDGET 


SELECTMEN'S 
RECOMMENDED BUDGET 


BUDGET COMMITTEE'S 
RECOMMENDED BUDGET 


SUBTOTAL 1 Appropriations Recommended (from pg. 5) 


S 4,116,560.00 


$ 


4,373,708.00 


$ 


4,339,194.00 


SUBTOTAL 2 Special Warrant Articles Recommended (from pg. 6) 




$ 


660,259.00 


$ 


710,259.00 


SUBTOTAL 3 "Individual" Warrant Articles Recommended (from pg. 6) 




$ 


210,000.00 


$ 


200,000.00 


TOTAL Appropriations Recommended 




$ 


5,243,967.00 


s 


5,249,453.00 


.ess: Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from above) 




$ 


2,309,720.00 


$ 


2,337,132.00 


Estimated Amount of Taxes to be Raised 




$ 


2,934,247.00 


$ 


2,912,321.00 



Maximum Allowable Increase to Budget Committee's Recommended Budget per RSA 32:18: 
(See Supplemental Schedule With 10% Calculation) 



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Fire District 



Warrant 

Annual Meeting 

2006 Budget 



March 6, 2006 



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TILTON-NORTHFIELD FIRE DISTRICT WARRANT 

FISCAL YEAR 2006 

To the inhabitants of the Tilton-Northfield Fire District, qualified to vote in District Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet in the Winnisquam Regional High School 
Cafeteria, on Rte 3 in Tilton, New Hampshire, on March 6, 2006 at 7:00 o'clock 
in the evening to act on the following: 

Article 1: To choose a Moderator for the ensuing year. 

Article 2: To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year 

Article 3: To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year 

Article 4: To choose a Fire Commissioner for the ensuing 3 years 

Article 5: To see if the voters at the Tilton Northfield Fire District Annual District meeting 
shall vote to adopt the non-partisan official ballot system for the election of district officers 
as provided in RSA 670:7 Ballot Systems. 

(By Petition) 

Article 6: To see if the voters at the Tilton Northfield Fire District Annual Meeting wall act 
upon the following question: 

"Shall we rescind the provisions of the RSA 31:95-c (adopted March 7, 2005) which restricts 
all of the revenues from the Ambulance Billings to expenditures for the purpose of 
apparatus and equipment replacement. (Simple majority vote needed to adopt the 
recission). The purpose of this warrant article is to eliminate this special revenue fund so 
that expenditures are once again accounted for in the general fund and approved through 
the budget process. 

(By Petition) 

Article 7: To see if the Fire District will vote to adopt a Fire District Budget Committee to 
become effective at the Fire District Meeting 2006 per Chapter 32 of the Municipal Budget 
Law RSA 32:14. The budget committee shall have 6 members (split equally between the 
towns of Northfield and Tilton) plus one additional member from the Fire District Board of 
Commissioners. The terms of office shall be for one year. Whenever it is voted to establish 
a budget committee, the Boards of Selectmen in each of the towns shall appoint the 
members of the budget committee, except for the additional member appointed from the 
Fire District, within 15 days of the vote establishing the committee. 

(By Petition) 

Article 8: To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate One Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($100,000.00), to be added to the Land and Building Capital Reserve Fund. 

(Recommended by the Fire Commissioners) 



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Article 9: To see if the District will vote to renew the Water Contract and raise and 
appropriate the sum of One Hundred Thirty Five Thousand Dollars ($135,000.00) for that 
purpose. 

(Recommended by the Fire Commissioners) 

Article 10: To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Eighteen 
Thousand Dollars ($18,000.00) for the support of the Winnisquam Fire Department. 

(Recommended by the Fire Commissioners) 

Article 11: To see if the District will authorize the Commissioners to raise and appropriate 
One Hundred Seventy Six Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Seven Dollars ( $176,257. 00)for the 
purpose of purchasing Fire, Rescue and EMS Equipment, paying vehicle leases as well as 
the cost associated with collecting the Ambulance Charges, with said funds to be withdrawn 
from the Apparatus and Equipment Special Revenue Fund established under RSA 31:95-C 
(ADOPTED March 7, 2005). 

(Recommended by the Fire Commissioners) 

Article 12: To see if the District will authorize the Fire Commissioners to purchase a new 
2500 Gallon Tanker. Further to see if the District will vote to appropriate Two Hundred 
Thirty Six Thousand Dollars ($236,000.00) to purchase said Tanker, and to further authorize 
the Commissioners to withdraw Thirty Six Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($36,500.00) 
from the Fire Truck Capital Reserve Fund. Such amount is to be added to the One Hundred 
Ninety Nine Thousand Five Hundred Dollar ($199,500.00) Grant received for this purpose. 
The combined amounts are to be used to fund the purchase of the Tanker. 

(Recommended by the Fire Commissioners) 

Article 13: To see if the District will authorize the Commissioners to purchase a new, E One 
Custom Built Typhoon Pumper, 1500 GPM top mount pump, with a 1000 gallon water tank 
for the District. Such engine shall be a replacement for Engine 4 which is a 1974 
International Pumper. Further to see if the District will vote to appropriate an amount not 
to exceed Three Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($310,000.00), to purchase said Engine, 
and to further authorize the Commissioners to fund such acquisition by withdrawing One 
Hundred Fifty Five Thousand Dollars ($155,000.00) from the Fire Truck Capital Reserve 
Fund, and enter into a financing agreement for the balance of One Hundred Fifty Five 
Thousand Dollars ($155,000.00). 

(Recommended by the Fire Commissioners) 

Article 14: To see if the District will "re state" the purpose of the formation of the Tilton- 
Northfield Fire District, to be the "extinguishment of fires", the "maintenance of 
ambulance services", and the provision of other duties related to the protection of life, 
property, and the environment. 

(Recommended by the Fire Commissioners) 

Article 15: To see if the District will vote pursuant to RSA 52:3.11, 31:39.i.e and 41:9-a, to 
adopt the NFPA 1, Uniform Fire Code, as adopted in the most current version of the State 
of New Hampshire State Fire Code, Chapter SAF-C 6000. Additionally, the District will 

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adopt documents listed in Chapter 2 of NFPA 1; prescribing regulations gove rning 
conditions hazardous to life and property from fire or explosion; providing for the issuance 
of permits and collection of fees; repealing any ordinance of the Tilton-Northfield Fire 
District and all other ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict therewith; providing a 
penalty; providing a severability clause; and providing for publication; and providing the 
effective date. 

(Recommended by the Fire Co mmis sioners) 



Article 16: To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of One Million 
Three Hundred Thirty Eight Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty One dollars ($1,338,761.00) as 
the operating budget for the Fire District 

(Recommended by the Fire Co m missioners) 

Article 17: To accept the report of the Treasurer and the Fire Commissioners and pass any 
vote relating thereto. 

Article 18: To see if the District will vote to authorize the Fire Commissioners to apply for, 
receive and expend federal and state grants, which may become available during the course 
of the year., in accordance with RSA 31:95-b and also to accept and expend money, from any- 
other governmental unit or private source, to be used for the purposes for which the Fire 
District may legally appropriate money. 

Rec omm ended by the Fire Com m issioners) 

Article 19: To see if the District, in accordance with RSA 33:7, will vote to authorize the Fire 
Commissioners to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

(Recommended by the Fire Commissioners) 

Article 20: To transact any other business that may legally come before the meeting. 



the Warrant attests: 




/ J/^" 




Harold P. Harbour 



Andrew E. Sleeps 



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Tilton-Northfield Fire District 

Detail of 
Distribution of Expenses 2005 - Proposed Appropriations 2006 



Revenues 



Benefits 



Account Category 




2005 


2005 


2006 






Budget 


Actual 


Proposed 


Prop Taxes North field 




398,516 


393,695 


515,954 


Prop Taxes Tilton 




623,320 


626,702 


807,007 


Shared Rev Block Grant 




13,500 


13,589 


13,500 


Ambulance Charges 




180,000 


221,093 





Interest on Investments 




300 


210 


300 


Insurance Reimbursements 




500 





500 


Misc. Revenues 




1,500 


3,108 


1,500 




Total 


1,217,636 


1,258,397 


1,338,761 


Total Revenue 


1,217,636 


1,258,397 


1,338,761 


Total Exp 


enses 


1,217,636 


1,214,669 


1,338,761 


Net Difference, (+) 


or(-) 





43,728 









2005 


2005 


2006 


Account Category 




Budget 


Actual 


Proposed 


Salaries and Wages 


509,664 


507,830 


680,193 


Benefits 




164,058 


175,916 


219,515 


Prof. & Tech. Services 




57,401 


58,777 


42,401 


Property Services 




40,700 


36,436 


43,100 


Purchased Services 




147,250 


145,846 


156,200 


Supplies 




68,950 


74,480 


78,850 


Capital Ouday 


Total 


229,613 


215,384 


118,502 


Expenditures 


1,217,636 


1,214,669 


1,338,761 


Account Category 




2005 


2005 


2006 


Salaries & Wages 




Budget 

392,526 


Actual 


Proposed 


Career Salaries & Wages 


391,666 


582,437 


Call Salaries & Wages 




111,838 


110,864 


92,456 


Elected Officials 


Total 


5,300 


5,300 


5,300 




509,664 


507,830 


680,193 






2005 


2005 


2006 






Budget 


Actual 


Proposed 


Group Health Insurance 




79,312 


78,750 


93,084 


Group Life Insurance 




5,057 


4,283 


5,350 


Social Security 




8,765 


8,160 


8,238 


Medicare 




7,313 


7,288 


9,786 


Retirement 




44,436 


52,442 


78,556 


Unemployment Comp. 




500 


4,054 


500 


Workers Comp. 




18,674 


20,939 


24,000 


Other 


Total 


1 





1 




164,058 


175,916 


219,515 



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Tilton-Northfleld Fire District 

Detail of 
Distribution of Expenses 2005 - Proposed Appropriations 2006 





2005 


2005 


2006 


Prof. & Tech. Services 


Budget 

2,750 


Actual Proposed 


Auditing 


2,725 


3,000 


Legal Services 


3,000 


380 


1,000 


Ambulance Billing Services 


12,000 


14,320 





School/Training Tuition/Fees 


12,500 


14,314 


14,000 


Telephone 


7,500 


5,200 


5,000 


Data Processing 


8,200 


10,035 


5,500 


Medical Services 


3,500 


1,988 


4,500 


Photo Lab. Services 


100 


26 


50 


Vehicle Repairs 


7,500 


9,449 


9,000 


Elections 


350 


340 


350 


Other Prof. Services 


1 





1 


Total 


57,401 


58,777 


42,401 




2005 


2005 


2006 


Property Services 


Budget 


Actual 


Proposed 


Electrical 


7,500 


6,831 


8,000 


Heat & Oil 


8,500 


8,918 


12,000 


Water 


1,500 


1,686 


1,750 


Sewer 


200 


308 


350 


Repairs & Maintenance 


9,000 


5,273 


6,000 


Property & Liability Ins 


14,000 


13,420 


15,000 


Total 


40,700 


36,436 


43,100 




2005 


2005 


2006 


Purchased Services 


Budget 


Actual 


Proposed 


Printing 


800 


1,257 


1,200 


Dues & Subscriptions 


3,600 


1,743 


2,000 


Winnisquam FD 


12,850 


12,850 


18,000 


Pressurized Hydrants 


130,000 


129,996 


135,000 


Total 


147,250 


145,846 


156,200 




2005 


2005 


2006 


Supplies 


Budget 

1,750 


Actual 


Proposed 


General 


704 


1,000 


Office 


4,500 


2,287 


3,000 


Postage 


1,000 


861 


1,000 


Equip. Maintenance & Repair 


7,500 


5,168 


7,500 


Service Testing 


5,000 


2,180 


5,000 


EMS Equipment 


6,000 


7,994 


6,500 


Gasoline 


6,500 


6,351 


7,000 


Diesel 


8,000 


9,591 


11,000 


Vehicle Repair Parts 


10,000 


18,209 


15,000 


Books & Periodicals 


450 


309 


350 


Departmental 


1,250 


1,977 


1,500 


Municipal Fire Alarm System 


6,500 


10,000 


7,500 


Fire Prevention 


5,000 


3,590 


5,000 


Uniforms 


5,000 


4,051 


6,500 


Miscellaneous 


500 


1,208 


1,000 


Total 


68,950 


74,480 


78,850 



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Tilton-Northfield Fire District 

Detail of 
Distribution of Expenses 2005 - Proposed Appropriations 2006 



Capital Outlay 



Land 

Building 

Other 

Fire Equipment 

Furniture & Fixtures 

Vehicles 

Dry Hydrants & Cisterns 

Truck Fund 

Rescue Equipment 

Building Fund 



2005 


2005 


2006 


Budget 


Actual 


Proposed 


1 





1 


10,000 


4,767 


15,000 


1 





1 


35,000 


30,280 





3,378 


4,180 


500 


21,233 


21,414 





5,000 


1,895 


3,000 


50,000 


50,000 





5,000 


2,848 





100,000 


100,000 


100,000 



Total 



229,613 215,384 



118,502 



Operating Budget 



1,217,636 1,214,669 1,338,761 



Apparatus and Equipment Replacement Fund Expenses 





2005 


2005 


2006 




Budget 


Actual 


Proposed 


Ambulance Billing Services 


12,000 


14,320 


14,040 


Vehicles 


21,233 


21,414 


57,733 


Truck Fund 


50,000 


50,000 





Fire Equipment 


35,000 


30,280 


40,000 


Rescue Equipment 


5,000 


2,848 


20,000 


EMS Equipment 








44,484 


Total 123,233 


118,862 


176,257 


nent Fund Revenues 










2005 


2005 


2006 




Budget 


Actual 


Proposed 


Ambulance Charges 


180,000 


221,093 


216,002 


Net Revenues in Excess of 








Fund Expenses 


56,767 


102,231 


39,745 



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PARK CEMETERY ASSOCIATION 

For the year ending December 31, 2005 



Balance on hand January 1, 2005 
INCOME: 

Deeds 

Foundations/markers/monuments 

Ins. Refund 

Interest 

Open graves /tomb 

Tilton Trust 

Northfield 

Tilton 

Total Income 



$ 1,716.14 



$ 7,650.00 




$ 2,620.00 




$ 120.00 




$ 995.20 




$ 5,350.00 




$ 14,132.00 




$ 3,000.00 




$ 3,000.00 






$ 36,867.20 



EXPENSES: 



Contract labor 

Electricity 

Equipment 

Gasoline 

Heating 

Insurance 

Maintenance 

Office/dues, etc 

Park Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund 

Payroll 

Payroll Taxes 

Repairs 

Supplies 

Telephone 

Workmen's Comp 

Total expenses 

Balance on hand December 31, 2005 

Invested Funds: 

Perpetual Care Fund - CD* 
Perpetual Care Fund - Savings* 
Investment Fund 
Equipment Fund 



s 


1,440.00 




s 


364.62 




$ 


900.00 




$ 


700.17 




$ 


165.18 




$ 


3,366.00 




s 


510.38 




s 


471.48 




$ 


4,865.00 




$ 


19,492.31 




$ 


1,490.96 




$ 


385.12 




$ 


1,612.13 




s 


420.10 




$ 


593.44 


$ 36,776.89 
$ 1,805.82 

$ 65,196.30 
$ 3,181.29 
$ 11,684.29 
$ 4,915.51 



♦Interest only may be expended 
Respectfully Submitted, 

EU^a Conde, Secretary/Treasurer 



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Hall Memorial Library 

Serving the towns of Tilton and Northfie Id since 1 886 



1 8 Park Street 
Northfield, NH 

286-8971 

286-8972 



Hours: M and Th: 10 to 8 
Tu,WandF: 10 to 6 
Sat: 10 to 2 



ON THE WEB @ hallmcmoriallibrary.org 



Trustees: Leif Martinson, N, Chair 
Liza Conde, N Treasurer 
Scott Herman N to 9-05 
MaryTodt N from 10-05 
Judy Sanders T 
Ken Norton T to 3-07 



Staff: Mary Ahlgren, Director 

Kelly Finemore, Children's Ser. 
Amy Lamanuzzi, YA 
Coral Theberge, Tech Ser. 
Jay Pomponio, Reference 
Catherine Higgins, PR 



Cindy Clarenbach, READs Americorp to 8-05 
Jessica Burroughs, READs Americorp from 10-05 
Carl Liberatore, page 
Lynn Swenson, page 

As Tilton and Northfield grow, so does use of the library by both towns. The collection increases by leaps 
and bounds with purchases, and this year, more that 1600 gifts of books, videos, and audios. We had an 
average of 840 visitors per week, and provided 436 programs for all ages, both in out of the building. Our 
circulation broke 48000 partly because we added another hour on Saturdays in response to a community 
survey we took. And none of these numbers completely reflect the positive community spirit which we see 
here on a daily basis. From book groups to knitting, story times to checking out the want ads, the library 7 is 
a great place to spend some time. 

And volunteers! The library has 14 more or less active volunteers who give of their time on a weekly, 
monthly, or as needed basis. They include Mo and Eric Boudreau, who take recyclables to the transfer 
station, Bonnie Randall, who continues to help with cataloging, Cheryl Geiger, Donna Maio and Dorene 
Dempster, who weeded and planted all spring and summer, Hunter Hill, in charge of indoor plant care, 
Lauren and Mariah Olivier and Naomi Brown, who helped with children's prograrnming, Kathi and Chuck 
Mitchell who generously shared their "web" expertise with us, Nell Grant and Josie Nichols, our 
"homebound deliverers", and Bob Landry-, who sneaks in special plants from time to time. 
Others gift us with donations of money, including Jefferson Pilot Financial, Concord Awning and Canvas, 
The Eloise Lyford Fund, Michelle Duford, John and Claire Tremblay, Brett Bayley, Kidder Fuels, Altrusa 
of Laconia, Carrie Cassavaugh, and Kids, Books and the Arts. We were given an electric typewriter by Judi 
Dupuis, subscriptions to multiple periodicals from both Gale Insurance and Twin Rivers Realty, a new 
piece of Cheryl Pica's art by Joe and Grace Laplante, a batch of new children's books from John Barrett, 
and a manuscript used in Lucy Cross's History* of Northfield by Nancy Huckins. Many people give us 
items which we either sell or add to the collections. The towns we serve are truly generous in their support 
of the library. 

If you haven't visited us lately, stop by and update your card, or get your first one. Hall Memorial Library 
is bound to have something you want. And remember, you can also visit us online at 
www.Hallmemoriallibraiv.org . 



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2005 Tilton Annual Report 



HALL MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Fiscal year ending December 31, 2005 



INCOME: 



INTEREST $ 420.91 

FINES,COPIES, ETC $ 6,150.00 

MEM TRUST $ 2,745.76 

PROGRAM-INCOME $ 3,163.00 

TOWN-NORTHFIELD $ 97,500.00 

TOWN-TILTON $ 99,550.00 

TOTAL INCOME $209,529.67 

EXPENSES: 

ADMIN & OFFICE $ 5,482.57 

AUTOMATION $ 6,114.75 

BENEFITS $ 13,885.06 

BLDG MAINT $ 4,112.62 

BOOKS,VIDEO,AUDIO $ 20,961.09 

EDUCATION $ 1,487.94 

ELECTRIC $ 6,096.40 

HEAT $ 5,226.90 

INSURANCE $ 7,585.00 

JANITORIAL $ 4,910.40 

PAYROLL $117,187.96 

PAYROLL TAXES $ 8,913.44 

PERIODICALS $ 1,790.83 

PROGRAMS $ 2,363.64 

SEWER/WATER $ 1,140.73 

TELEPHONE $ 1,630.79 

TOTAL EXPENSES $208,890.12 

INVESTED FUNDS: 

FSB - Savings - Fines, etc. $ 2,218.99 

FSB - Savings - Fax, copies, etc $ 1,236.66 

FSB - Savings - Donations $ 1,013.69 

FSB -CD $ 26,264.22 

FSB -CD $ 78,643.45 

Fidelity Investments $ 87,992.58 



Respectfully Submitted, 






Eliza Conde, Treasurer 



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Conservation Commission Annual Report 

Our mission statement: "The Tilton Conservation Commission shall be comprised of residents of the town of 
Tilton who have an interest and concern with anv aspect of the proper utilization, conservation and protection of 
natural resources. The Commission shall assist and advise the citizenrv, property owners. State of New Hampshire, 
other municipal boards and/ or commissions with information relevant to the proper u tiliz ation of Tilton's natural 
resources." 

The most exciting news in 2005 was our ability to protect approximately 55+ acres of land called ""Buffalo Park'"'. 
This is an area between the Soldier's Home and Tilton School property which the town has been interested in 
acquiring for many years. As part of the construction of the Lowe's shopping mall project done by Konover 
Development Corporation, it was necessary to acquire conservation land to mitigate their filling-in of wetlands. The 
land known locally as "Buffalo Park" was purchased with funds provided bv Konover and is now owned by the 
town and permanently protected by a Conservation Easement allowing passive recreational use for all residents. 
The Commission has plans to create at least one small parking lot to provide for easv access to the numerous trails. 
Look for our Grand Opening of the "Buffalo Park Conservation Area" during the summer of 2006. 

The Town of Tilton has acquired a number of conservation easements on parcels of land through the "mitigation 
process" involving developments that have impacted wetlands. The Conservation Commission shall continue to 
monitor these easements annually to confirm boundary locations, note anv changes in the natural resources and 
confirm that no development activity has taken place on the property. 

Over the past year, the Conservation Commission initiated discussions with land owners relative to securing 
conservation easements on the balance of the land surrounding "Ice House Pond" in order to protect the whole 
pond against any additional development. Other accomplishments include reviewing and accepting a new- 
Conservation Easement on land belonging to Country Lakes Estate near Lake W'innisquam. The Commission has 
also spent much time working closelv with Konover Development Corporation and VHB Engineering in the final 
stages of the acquisition and the establishment of the conservation easement on Buffalo Park. 

The Conservation Commission has a responsibility with regard to anv project which impacts wetlands, whether 
small or large. This process usually involves performing a site walk followed by written comments or 
recommendations to both XHDES. the Tilton Planning Board, and sometimes, the Army Corps of Engineers. The 
Commission also review's all state applications for : T3redge and Fill Permits" and has the opportunity to comment 
to XHDES. When wetlands violations are brought to our attention, the Commission usually visits the site in 
question and works with a landowner to correct any perceived problems before it becomes a major wetlands 
violation and involves XHDES for enforcement. 

During 2005, members of the Commission have attended meetings and workshops in order to stay up to date with 
issues relevant to our responsibilities and that impact our town. The Conservation Commission normally meets @ 7 
PM on the third Monday of each month and the public is welcome to attend. The minutes of our meetings are 
posted on the Tilton web site: http: 'www.tiltonnh.org ■' Minutes ConservationComm 'TCC-minutes.htm 

♦♦* The Tilton Conservation Commission is advisory only, and has no enforcement powers. If a wetland 
violation occurs, anyone can file a wetlands complaint form with XHDES. On the web, go to: 
http://wwAv.des.state.nh.us wetlands odf complain.pdf . or send an email to: wetmail / Sdes.state.nh.us . or 
call (603) 271-2147. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Chuck Mitchell Chair 

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REPORT OF THE TILTON RIVERFRONT PARK COMMITTEE 

Construction on the park began in late November 2005 and completion is expected by mid to late June 
2006. The following milestones were achieved during the past year. 

■ January-May - Additional changes to the plans and specifications were made by VHB 
Engineering to comply with various permitting agencies. 

■ May - We received confirmation that our $396,000 HUD grant through Senator Judd Gregg was 
passed by Congress and signed by the president. 

■ June - The bids were let out to the five pre-qualified bidders. We had a float in the Old Home 
Day parade of the bell on a trailer following refurbishing by Clough Auto Body, American 
Woodworking and Vince Paratore of the Peppermint Pig. The bell dates back to 1860 and was 
once in the former mill buildings tower but will eventually be in the pavilion. 

■ July — Bid opening was July 21 bt . We received only one bid; the other bidders were busy with other 
work and had to no-bid. We rejected the one bid as being too high and we did not have others to 
compare it to but did obtain feedback from the contractors for refining our next bid. We held a 
fundraiser at the Lochmere CC at which Gov. John Lynch attended. Over $11,000 was netted 
including $10,000 from Providian Bank alone. The cost was covered thru a grant with NE 
Grassroots Environmental Fund and Lochmere CC. We got our Wedands permit on July 11 th and 
our Site Specific permit on July 19 . 

■ August - We worked with CSS consultants to revise bid documents to cut costs. 

■ September - We expanded pre-qualified bidders to our list to attract more bids. UNH 
Cooperative Extension donated $3,000 in Ash trees. 

■ October - Second bid opening was on the 13 . Contract negotiations with CCI of Laconia 
started. Costs were reviewed and reduced by $120,000. 

■ November - Selectmen signed contract with CCI of Lacoma. Groundbreaking was held on Nov. 



11 Phased construction is being pursued: Phase I being everything except the pavilion and Phase 
II is the pavilion. We continue to fundraise for Phase II 

December - USDA grant application was received and the application process began. Phase I 
construction is underway through mid January for winter shutdown. Construction will resume in 
early spring for completion scheduled for June 2006. 



Respectfully submitted, 



It Clark 



xx0 * Riverfront p 

V* Town ofTiIU.il 'In- 




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Tilton School Funding Study Committee 



Formed by a article on the town warrant at the 2005 meeting, the committee was formed in response to a 
failed initiative to change the fixed percentage funding arrangement of the Winnisquam Regional School 
District. Members first began meeting in March of 2005. and quickly began utilizing state and local 
resources to educate the committee on the issue of cooperative funding across the state. 

Members attended state senate hearings, met with the department of revenue administration, and talked 
with many individuals involved in different cooperative districts around Xew Hampshire. 

The committee investigated the history of the current funding arrangement, and established a relationship 
with the counsel's office at the department of education. The committee looked extensively at the 
financial aspect of the current funding arrangement and how myriad changes to that arrangement might 
affect local taxes in each of the three towns in the district. 

Further research was undertaken to studv the costs other towns and districts incur to send their students 
to school, as well as the alternatives currently available to the town of Tilton. With the permission of the 
board of selectmen, the committee consulted legal counsel to understand the options available to the town 
should the committee's efforts not be fruitful. 

After extensive preparation, the committee met with the WHSD school board to let them know the 
developments and the results of its research and investigation. The committee informed the board of it's 
intent to recommend that Tilton bring forth an article by petition to implement a funding formula, instead 
of a fixed percentage apportionment. Following that meeting, the committee met with the selectmen of 
Tilton, Xorthfield, and Sanbornton in a joint meeting in an attempt to explain the Tilton's position and 
educate everyone about the issues involved. 

The committee has created a direct mail piece that will be sent out to voters by the middle of February, 
and is submitting an article for the school district warrant to be voted on at the district meeting on March 
25. In addition, it has plans to mobilize town voters through informal information sessions to help voters 
understand the importance of attending and voting at the school district meeting this March. 



Sincerely, 




Scott Davis, Chairman 

Tilton School Funding Committee 




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Tilton Main Street Program 

The year 2005 was a very productive one for our Main Street Program. It was one filled with many 
positive changes and endeavors for our Main Street. Through the tireless efforts of our program manager, 
we were able to add to the accomplishments of our all volunteer committees and Board of Directors. 

Below you will find a few of the successfully completed projects from the volunteers 
and supporters of the Tilton Main Street Program for the year 2005. 

• Embarked on phase one of a visual story for the future of Tilton's Main Street and 
riverscape. These conceptual streetscape designs are available for viewing at the Main 
Street office. 

• Coordinated the cleanup and application of new lights on the town Christmas tree, along 
with expanding Holiday Traditions. A day full of events revolving around the spirit of the 
season to draw citizens to our downtown and into local merchants. 

• Organized and held our 5 th Annual Fundraising Auction at the Winnisquam Regional High 
School, with over 100 attendees. This event showcased the numerous supportive residents 
and businesses in and outside our community that sustain the revitalization efforts of our 
treasured historic town. 

• Held our third annual Tilton Turde Trek, over 1,000 rubber turtles raced down the Winni 
River proving to be a great success, showcasing our natural resource and a great volunteer 
effort from all to include the fire dept, police dept along with all those who showed their 
support by adopting a turtle. 



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Continued and upgraded our Facade Grant Program, which permits 

local businesses the ability to enhance the aesthetics of their property and our streetscape, 
from new signs and awnings to the painting of facades. 



For 2006, we have our work plans in place and are already underway with some of the tasks at hand. 
While we are dedicated to keeping our history intact and enhancing some of the already existing events, we 
are also focused on new plans that are committed to our mission. The Tilton Main Street Program is 
dedicated to the revitalization of the downtown area as a community center, promoting a healthy, friendly, 
economically viable, and attractive Main Street. 

At this time I would like to thank everyone who in any way has supported our efforts. From the 
sponsorships, donations, and more importantly the volunteerism, I welcome your continued support. 



Volunteer Hours for the year 2005 — 2470 

Cheryl l^aBranche, Chair 
Tilton Main Street Program 



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THE PINES COMMUNITY CENTER 
TILTON-NORTHFIELD RECREATION COUNCIL 

P.O. BOX 262 
TILTON, N.H. 03276 

286-8653 Fax 286-2211 e-mail: pinescc@metrocast.net 

Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Weekends: As scheduled 



To the Residents of Tilton and Xorthtield: 

In 2005 we welcomed record numbers at our center. Year round we average "95 people per week. This 
past summer that number iumped to 1645 per week with over 160 kids in our summer program. With this 
number or people came wear and tear on our building. We replaced the floors in the mulri purpose room 
and entranceway along with new paint iobs for both areas. 

We now have our own web site for those who love to surf the web where vou can find anything vou need 

to know about the Pines. That address is 
www.pmesconimunitvcenter.com . 

Our monthlv newspaper "The Pines Times" is available at the center the first week of each month. Stop 
in and pick one up. Xo issue lulv & August). Better yet, give us your email address and we will 
email it each month. 

The Community Center is available for rentals for weddings, parties, showers, etc. Please contact us for 
further information. Several of our rooms are used on a dailv basis by nonprofit organizations in the area 
for meetings. 

Thank vou. 

Rose-Marie Welch, President 

Council Members: 

Melba Read 
Shirlev Curdle 
Dorene Tilton 
Brvan Mango 
Dave Trvon 
Melissa D'Abbraccio 
Tennifer Haskins 
Somayeh Kashi 
Rose-Mane Welch 




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TILTON-NORTHFIELD RECREATION COUNCIL 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENSES 

For the Year Ending - December 31, 2005 



REVENUE 

Program Revenue 136,283 

Town of Northfield Appropriation 45,000 

Town of Tilton Appropriation 45,000 

Rental Income 13,219 

Merchandise Sales 5,640 

Fundraising Programs 1,385 

TOTAL REVENUE 246,527 



EXPENSES 

Gross Salaries 140,013 

NH Unemployment 652 

Health Insurance / Retirement Fund 12,053 

Workmen's Comp 3,613 

Utilities 14,279 

Maintenance / Building 5,798 

Accounting Services 3,000 

Office Supplies / Equipment 4,341 

Insurance 12,121 

Telephone 1,795 

Professional Memberships 624 

Program Expenses 50,277 

Rental Expenses 350 

Merchandise Sales 2,915 



TOTAL EXPENSES 251,831 

Net Revenue (less) Expenses (5,304) 



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TIL TON-NOR THFIELD OLD HOME DA Y 



Old Home Day was a very festive day, starting with the Annual Dare Road Race. Even' year a few new 
faces show up to participate. Thanks to Bob and Diane Watson and all the dedicated people that work 
with them. A new addition this year was the games put on by the Pines Recreation Center. People 
enjoyed eating, visiting and just watching the fine demonstration of horse pulling. As always, we ended the 
day with a fireworks show. 

Our parade chairperson, Mary Maguire has retired and will be missed greatly. She organized some of the 
largest parades in Tilton-Northfield history. We are trying to come up with new ideas for Old Home Day 
and if anyone has any ideas, please let us know. 

I would like to thank everyone that helped and supported the 2005 Old Home Day. Without all of you, 
this festivity 7 would not be possible. 



Sincerely, 



Michael Summersett 
Chairman 



Old Home Day Parade 2005 




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TILTON-NORTHFIELD OLD HOME DA Y 

OCTOBER 1, 2004- OCTOBER 1, 2005 

BALANCE ON HAND OCTOBER 1, 2004 $4,240.57 

INCOME 

TOWN OF TILTON $2,500.00 

TOWN OF NORTHFIELD $2,500.00 

GATE DONATIONS $821.77 

HAMBURGERS $791.15 

FRENCH FRIES $1,499.00 

COFFEE & DONUTS $196.65 

FISH POND $226.00 

RAFFLE $579.00 

CHICKEN BBQ $1,029.11 

ADS & DONATIONS $3,570.00 

BOOTHS $394.00 

INTEREST $8.91 

SUBTOTAL $14,115.59 

TOTAL INCOME $ 1 8,356. 1 6 

EXPENSES 

SAM'S CLUB $113.65 

CS WOODS $155.16 

PARK N GO $84.90 

BROTHERS DONUTS $19.96 

CUMBERLAND FARMS $100.00 

ABNER TROPHIES $356.76 

LACONIA ICE $90.00 

PIPER PRINTING $949.40 

BJ HICKMAN $405.00 

OSSIPPEE MT ELECTRONICS $195.00 

SPOOF GAMBLING CIRCUS $300.00 

PYC DISTRIBUTORS $355.97 

SYSCO $395.46 

HANDY HOUSE $873.80 

CUTTING EDGE $80.00 

RAFFLE PRIZES $500.00 

ATLAS FIREWORKS $6,500.00 

JIM'S DRIVE IN $159.98 

STATE OF NH $25.00 

PARADE $2,160.00 

MISC $240.65 

TOTAL EXPENSES $14,059.69 

BALANCE ON HAND OCTOBER 1, 2005 $4,296.47 



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LAKES REGION PLANNING COMMISSION 

2004 - 2005 (FY -05) 



The Lakes Region has changed tremendously in the past 20 years. Homes and businesses have expanded 
along major roadways, and many of our communities have experienced dramatic changes. This growth has 
resulted in a number of regional challenges. The Lakes Region Planning Commission (LRPC) is the area 
organization established to address the effects of growth at both the local and regional level. With a sendee 
area covering over 1,200 square miles in Belknap, Carroll, Grafton and Merrimack Counties, the LRPC 
provides a wide range of planning services to member municipalities. The Commission offers direct and 
support services ranging from technical assistance, geographic information systems, and transportation 
planning, to land use and environmental planning, and economic development. Local, state, and federal 
resources primarily fund the LRPC. We are contacted several times daily for answers to local and 
statewide issues. We also maintain a regular dialogue with state agencies as a resource for the entire Lakes 
Region. Our goal remains to provide support and leadership to the governments, businesses, and citizens 
of the Lakes Region. 

Listed below are some of our services performed on behalf of Tilton and the region in the past 
Fiscal year: 

• Provided review comments on a draft mixed-use ordinance and the planning process 

• Worked with the town on a preliminary subdivision application. 

• Submitted to the town an agreement to assist the town with a capital improvements program. 

• Assisted the town on a proposed zoning ordinance change designed to create a new mixed use 
zone. 

• Gave information on aquifer/wellhead protection to a conservation commission member. 

• Submitted to the NH Department of Transportation the Main Street and River Project, Phase I 
Proposal as part of the 2006 Transportation Enhancement Projects recommended by the LRPC. 

• Co-hosted and organized three public Mumcipal Law Lectures where practicing attorneys provide 
a legal perspective on local planning, zoning and other municipal issues. Recent lectures included: 
the Basics of Subdivision & Site Plan Review, Land Use Law Update, and New Challenges for 
Mumcipal Regulation of the Environment. We are also preparing for the 2005 Law Lectures, in 
partnership with the NH Municipal Association. 

• Planned the 20 th annual household hazardous waste collection in the Lakes Region. Two 
consecutive Saturdays were designated as collection days for 24 participating communities. An 
estimated 20,000 total gallons of waste were collected, containerized, and transported to EPA 
approved end-of-life locations around the country. 

• Ordered and distributed many copies of the NH Planning and Land Use Regulation books to local 
planning boards at considerable savings. 



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Convened several meetings of the LRPC Transportation Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to 
enhance local involvement in transportation planning and project development. The TAC advises 
the LRPC on transportation projects of regional significance. 

Continued work on the Lakes Region Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. This planning effort will help 
provide a blueprint for the location of local bike and pedestrian routes. 

Conducted over 150 traffic counts around the region, in cooperation with the New Hampshire 
Department of Transportation. LRPC is also assisting the DOT with the preparation of local road 
inventories, on a town-by-town basis. 

Participated on the Lakes Region Household Hazardous Product Facility board to explore the 
ways and means that the facility may encourage communities to participate in its use as members. 

Convened seven Commission meetings, including four area meetings, which featured a diverse 
range of topics from agriculture and its impact on the Lakes Region, septage management, the 
Lakes Region Household Hazardous Product Facility, and environmental legislation linked to the 
shoreland protection act and the reduction of mercury emissions from power plants. 

Continue to represent the region on several boards and committees related to the economic and 
environmental well-being of the region, e.g., the Belknap County Economic Development Council, 
NH Route 16 Corridor Advisory Committee, the Pemigewasset River Local Advisory Cornmittee, 
etc. 

Prepared a draft interim regional plan for the Lakes Region, which includes updated regional 
planning policies and objectives. The interim plan will be reviewed for consistency after the state 
of NH completes the State Development Plan. 

• Reviewed project proposals through the NH Intergovernmental Review Agreement that provides 
the region and local communities an opportunity to respond to applications seeking state and 
federal aid. LRPC reviewed many proposals having a combined investment total greater than $15 
million in the Lakes Region. 

• Secured funding from the NH Emergency Management Bureau to assist local communities with 
the preparation of all hazard management plans. 

• Produced a calendar of critical deadlines for March Town Meeting, and distributed it via our web 
site and regular mail. 

• Distributed information to all communities regarding the 2005 Transportation Enhancement 
application process. 



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Tilt on Highway Safety Committee 

*2005 



Originally formed in the spring oi 2002 by the selectmen as the "'Reclassification Committee'"' {concerning 
the Silver lake Road. River Road, and Church Street reconstruction project), this cornmittee became the 
Tilton Highway Safetv Committee as per action by the Board of Selectmen last year. The extended charge 
of the corrrrnittee encompasses issues of highway safer." that come to the committee's attention from the 
selectmen, other town officials, and the citrzenrv. 

The corrrrnittee has been involved with the following issues this year 

• Advised the Selectmen on issues and attended meetings in regards to the on-going design and 
development of a State Aid Reconstruction Project on Silver Lake Road, River Road, and. Church 
Street. The project is planned to be built in conjuncnon with sewer work in the area and should be 
started in the spring of 2006 as State and Federal funding becomes available. 

• Supports the selectmen and Chief Chapman relative to getting changes made to the Evans Express 
mart complex intersection with Route 3 & 11 to reduce accidents involving vehicles leaving the 
complex and turning left towards Route 1-93. 

• Reviewing the intersection of Main Street {Route 3) and Park Street {Route 132) with XHDOT to 
determine if the current signal timing can be improved to reduce the backups that occur dailv. Timing 
and cvcle changes were made in the late spring to increase the intersection's capacity. 



Respectively submitted. 

Center Sanders 
Katherine Dawson 
David Wadleigh, Sr. 




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Tilton Northfteid Water District 



As of this date, January 20, 2006, the Water Commissioners wish to report that on 
Wednesday, January 25, 2006 the Tilton Northfield Aqueduct Company will be transferred 
to the Tilton Northfield Water District. 

The Commissioners are thankful to all parties that have assisted in the effort to bring the 
water system into a municipal owned facility. 

This acquisition will still give the water users the same quality of water and services as 
supplied by the Aqueduct Company. 



Respectively submitted, 



Heber J. Feener, Chairman 




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NEW HAMPSHIRE HUMANE SOCIETY 

Claudia Abdinoor Executive Director 



The New Hampshire Humane Society (NHHS) provides numerous sendees to the residents and 
companion animals in the Town of Tilton. Strays are safely housed for " days (cats 3 days) prior to 
becoming available for adoption to the public. XHHS takes in owner- relinquished pets bv appointment 
and matches the animal with the best adoptive home. Our animals are not euthanized for reasons of space 
or time . We offer the residents of vour town an alternative to releasing their animal to the streets when 
they can no longer care for them. Quarantine facilities are made available to the town as well as animal 
cruelty investigation. Educational programs are offered to town schools and cine organizations. If you 
are interested in any of the programs, please call the administrative offices at (603) 524-8236 or contact the 
shelter at (603) 524-3252. 



The total number of animals brought to the New Hampshire Humane Society from your Town during 
2005 is as follows: 



ANIMALS Town of Tilton 

Dogs & Puppies: 18 

Cats & Kittens: 1 1 

Other animals 3 

Total number of all animals received 32 




Respectfully submitted, 



Claudia Abdinoor 
Executive Director 



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Tilton Historical Museum 



Home Depot was the first one I contacted, they said they would give me volunteers and the paint to paint 
the inside of the museum. That manager has since left and I have been calling Home Depot for what they 
promised me. On January 15, 2006 I was able to finally meet with patty Dubois and she said they will 
honor the cornmitment and that I should pick out colors. I picked out the colors on January 19 th . Within 
the next three weeks the volunteers from the Home Depot will do the job, I hope. 

It has cost approximately $847.00 for Carlos' pay and for the two signs that I had made for the museum. 

At this present time the Grange Hall is all cleaned up and ready for the Home Depot volunteers to paint 
and to have the new signs put up. 

This week I will be calling on volunteers. If anyone wants to help please give me a call, we will accept all 
labor and contributions. 



Sincerely, 



Joanna Oliver 




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REPORT OF NEW BEGINNINGS 



On behalf of New Beginnings - A Women's Crisis Center. I would like 10 thank the citizens of the Town 
of Tilton for their continued support. Your 2005 allocation, of One Thousand Three Hundred Dollars 

(Sl,300.00), has enabled us to continue to provide 24-hour cnsis support, outreach, and assistance to 
victims of domestic and sexual assault in all of Belknap Countv. 

Our organization operates a full-time shelter, staffs a 24-hour cnsis line, provides advocacv at court, 
hospitals, and police stations, social service advocacv, and offers peer support groups for victims of 
domestic violence and sexual assault. We also run communitv and school based education programs. We 
are members of the Belknap Countv Farrnlv Violence Prevention Forum, a task force made up of 
communitv members and professionals initiated bv the Governor's Commission to take a stand against 
domestic and sexual violence in our countv. 

Xew Beginnings had advocated and staff in Belknap Countv courts each working day of this budget vear. 
Xew Beginnings volunteers donated over 21,000 service hours. All services are provided free of charge. 

We are members of the statewide XH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, promoting 
statewide networking and resource sharing among domesuc violence and sexual assault programs. The 
coalition is the evaluating bodv and administrator of state and federal contracts that provide some funding 
for member programs and advocates for legislative change that affects victims of domesnc and sexual 
assault 



Sincerelv, 

Kathy Keller 

Executive Director 

Xew Beginnings — A Women's Crisis Center 



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CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES 
LAKES REGION OFFICE 



On behalf of our staff and clients, we want to thank the residents of Tilton for their generous support. 
Your support, combined with other funds, enables us to continue to provide quality, affordable services to 
low-income children and their families. 

Child and Family Services is New Hampshire's oldest charitable social service organization that has been 
serving New Hampshire children and families for 150 years. Our Lakes Region Office is located in 
Laconia at 95 Water Street 

Town support, combined with other funds, has allowed us to offer a variety of free or low cost services to 
Tilton children and families who would otherwise be unable to afford them. Services are offered on a 
sliding scale basis. No one is denied service because of an inability to pay. 

During 2005 your support enabled Child and Family Services to provide 310 hours of service to 24 Tilton 
residents through Family and Children's Counseling, Child Health Support, Parenting Plus and youth 
services programs. 

The following services are available to residents of Tilton. 

Family and Children's Counseling Professional social workers provide counseling services that utilize 
individual and family strengths to address a wide variety of problems including death, divorce, substance 
use, abuse and neglect, and other social and mental health issues. 

Child Health Support workers assist families who have abused or neglected children to help solve the 
problems that led to the abuse or neglect and to strengthen the family. 

Parenting Plus home based program that helps at risk families learn parenting skills and effective ways to 
cope with the stresses of family life. 

Parent Education Courses are designed to help parents learn the skills necessary to address the challenges 
of parenting so that they can raise healthy children in loving and respectful families. Throughout the year, 
evening courses are held in local communities to accommodate the needs of working parents 

Adoption Services help insure that children being adopted are placed in good families who are prepared 
for parenting and ready for the unique joys and challenges of raising an adopted child. Services are also 
available after the adoption is final for adoptive parents, their children and birthparents. 

Group Home provides long-term residential care and emergency overnight shelter for youth between the 
ages of 13 and 18. 

Camp Spaulding provides residential camping for children 9-14. 

For additional information call us at (800) 640-6486 or visit our web site at www.cfsnh.org 



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Annual report for Project TNS 

(Formerly Youth Opportunities) 

This has been a year of significant change for Project TNS. Recognizing that the amount of grant 
money we would need to supplement our town appropriations to provide for a full time director was 
simply not available we took a hard look at the community needs and decided to narrow the scope of 
our activities. We no longer employ a full time director, those duties are now carried out by several 
volunteers. As a result of our actions our budget needs have shrunken significantly. Our focus is now 
on providing an after school program from 2:30 to 5:30 Monday through Friday. We provide snacks 
and supplies as well as an hourly wage for the person who supervises these activities. We also hire a 
person as needed to help with book keeping and other financial matters. All other activities, such as 
canoe trips and skateboard trips are paid for with participant contributions and grant money from 
various agencies in the area, particularly the Area Drug and Alcohol Prevention Team. We are also 
building working partnerships with The Pines Community Center and Youth Network Opposing 
Tobacco to make our community a safe and happy place for the 12 to 16 year age group. We continue 
our efforts to bring a skateboard park to town. Volunteers are always welcome. Information about our 
after school program can be had by calling the middle school, 286-7143. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Patrick Troy 




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Visiting Nurse Association 



The year 2005 marked the 60 th anniversary of the founding of the VNA of Franklin as a non profit 
independent home care provider agency. Over the intervening years many changes have occurred within 
the health care delivery system and certainly within the VNA of Franklin. What hasn't changed is our 
commitment to our community and to excellence in the care we provide to you, our neighbors. 

The VNA of Franklin continues with our Home Care program sending Nurses, Physical and Occupational 
Therapists, Home Health Aides and Homemakers into the patients' homes to meet the needs of the 
infirmed and elderly. We also care for newborns and their moms through our Healthy Families of the 
Twin Rivers program, and for the ill children in our community. The VNA holds a monthly Blood 
Pressure clinic at Shaw's in Tilton. 

In 2005 we have made over 2500 visits to the residents of the town of Tilton, logged almost 1 15,000 miles 
agency-wide and have been honored to be able to provide services to those who need professional care at 
home. 

Also in 2005, the VNA of Franklin achieved New Hampshire state Hospice licensure and Medicare 
certification of our Hospice program. This has been a much needed program to allow our patients who 
need end of life care to remain at home whenever possible with their families and loved ones. The Hospice 
Team is comprised of committed professionals and volunteers all with special education and very special 
hearts who work with patients and their families during this last phase of life. 

In 2006 we will initiate a home monitoring program allowing patients' progress to be monitored daily at 
home between visits, with the information electronically sent to the nurse at the VNA. We expect that this 
will help to detect physical changes early to avoid patient decline and unnecessary Emergency Room visits. 

We appreciate the ongoing support of the citizens of Tilton. You are represented on our Board of 
Directors by Helen Hanks. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Carol S. Plumb 




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YOUTH ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 

of Xorthfield. Sanbomton &c Tilron. Inc. 

■iartha C. Douglass. Director 

O ■ - — -■- — 

Dawn B. Shimberg. Assoc. Director 

In 2005, The Youth Assistance Program celebrated 30 years of working with the young people and 
families of Tiiton. Xorthfield and Sanbornton. We look forward to continuing our work with the vast 
range of folks who have lived in this communitv for generations and with those who have recentlv begun 
to call it home. This includes: 

*The 14 y -ear old who decides to shoplift 

*Tbe grandmother who finds herself raising her grandson after the death 

of his mother 
*The middle school students who vandalised a monument 
^The father who shares custody of his children who are hurting afler the 

stress of parental conflict and divorce 
*The teenager who has had her notions of romance shattered and needs 

to grow up fast to raise a child 
*T he parents of a high school student who are confused and scared by the 

ever available drugs in our society and the choices their 

child is making 

o 

*The teens that have had a fight in school and need to learn how to solve 

conflicts without violence 
* Any youthful first-time offenders who must take responsibility for their 

actions 

The Youth Assistance Program began because dedicated townspeople recognized the need for a program 
to help children and their parents deal with errant behavior. The effort was to provide more immediate, 
personalized attention nght in the communitv. This avoided a backlog in court cases, increased costs to 
the community and the sugma of juvenile records. It was also more effective. As the years have passed, 
the support of the townspeople has remained strong and the Youth Assistance Program has grown. 
Diverting voung people from the court svstem is still our pnmarv goal, but we also serve as a 
resource to help youths and their families who are dealing with family issues, emotional struggles and 
problems with substance abuse. As a court diversion and prevention program the Youth Assistance 
Program is available to all communitv members who need our services. 

We would like to take this opportunity; to recognize and appreciate not onlv the accomplishments of the 
program, but also of the volunteers who have worked diligently to support these voung people and their 
families during difficult times. This includes our Board of Directors, Juvenile Review Board volunteers, 
communitv service sites and manv program paracrpants who turned a wrongdoing into an opportunity to 
se things right and help others. 

Sincerely. 



Martha C. Douglass, Director 

Dawn B. Shimberg, Associate Director 

Board of Directors: 

Marion Abbott Mark Barton Kent Chapman 

Norman Couture Tom Croteau Nina Gardner 

Scott Hilliard Linda Pardy Rick Stewart 

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Youth Assistance Program Statistics: 



Court Diversion Cases — 39 
Truancy — 9 

Substance Abuse Cases — 25 
Prevention Activities — 204 
Court Ordered Cases — 6 
Parents — 30 

Total Youth Participation - 276 



In this figure each youth is counted only once even if they participated in more than one activity. 
112 of these young people lived in Northfeld 
104 in Tilton 
60 in S anbornton. 



Office Address: 287 Main St., Tilton, NH 

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3068, Northfield, NH 03276 

Phone: 286-8577 

Fax: 286-7687 




125 



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SA VINA HART WELL 

Memorial Concerts & Community Projects Fund 
TILTON ISLAND SUMMER CONCERTS 



We had a great season of concerts in 2005 (with over 200 for our opener) and very good attendances 
and great website and press/radio & TV exposure. 
Our best attendance for a single concert was over 455 and our average was over 300 each. 

The Old Favorite bands, Amoskeag Stxummers, East Bay Jazz Ensemble, Annie and the Orphans, 
Karen Morgan and Pony Express, AllTogetherNow, and newcomers Dixie Strollers, Mink Hills Bluegrass, 
60's Invasion and Mar} 7 Maguire's new Band were great crowd-pleasers, and most are back on the schedule 
for 2006. 

Performing a concert on the Island in 2003 consisting exclusively of Music of the 1960's, The Wayback 
Machine will be on the Island again in 2006. 

The full schedule for 2006 (fourteenth season) is complete and as usual lists our Co-sponsors, (everyone 
of whom volunteered their support without being asked!) which I think is a wonderful indication of the 
community's commitment to the Free Concerts. Many of our sponsors have provided financial support 
almost from the beginning in '93, for winch I have been, and continue to be very grateful. 

The radio stations were again very gracious and provided a lot of airtime for our Public Service 
Announcements of the Concerts, and the Newspapers were very generous with space and ran articles 
weeklv publicizing the various bands and concert dates. Our schedule was in the Union Leader's Summer 
Events Edition, the WLNH Best Read Guide and also in the State's Magazine "VISIT NFI" and on the 
State's website, as well as the sites of New Hampshire Happenings, Lakes Region Community Events, 
Franklin C of C, and of course on the Tilton and the Savina Hartwell Concerts websites. 

I want to convey my appreciation to everyone involved for all their help making the concerts a success 
and Tilton / Northfield's Summertime Classic event. 

So then, I take this opportunity to share my satisfaction and to thank the Tilton Selectmen, for joining 
the Selectmen of Northfield and our gracious local business sponsors and the T/N Rotary Club in 
providing financial support, thus making the Concerts truly a community enterprise. 



Alan Hartwell 



Coordinator 



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TILTON & NORTHFIELD'S Summertime Classic Series of 



2006 SAVINA HARTWELL 2006 

MEMORIAL FREE CONCERTS 

SUMMER SCHEDULE 



FREE EVERY SUNDAY EVENING 

FROM 6:30pm TO 9pm 
WEATHER PERMITTING 

Refreshments Available Or Bring Your Own Picnic, Chairs Or Blankets 



JULY 2 AMOSKEAG STRUMMERS 

Co-sponsor: KEN PARTRIDGE CONSTRUCTION / Tilton 

JULY 9 WAYBACK MACHINE 

Co-sponsor: PROVIDIAN NATIONAL BANK / Tilton - Belmont 

JULY 16 EAST BAY JAZZ ENSEMBLE 

Co-sponsor: THE GALE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC / Tilton 

JULY 23 ANNIE AND THE ORPHANS 

Co-Sponsor: TILT'N DINER / Tilton 

JULY 30 KAREN MORGAN / PONY EXPRESS 

Co-Sponsor: FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK / Franklin - Tilton 

AUGUST 6 ANOTHER BAND 

Co-sponsor: GREVIOR FURNITURE COMPANY / Franklin 

AUGUST 13 BOW JUNCTION BLUEGRASS 

Co-sponsor: THE SAVINA HARTWELL MEMORIAL TRUST FOR 
COMMUNITY PROJECTS 

AUGUST 20 60S INVASION 

Co-sponsor: TILTON - NORTHFIELD ROTARY CLUB 

AUGUST 27 MARY MAGUIRE BAND 

Co-sponsor: BRYANT & LAWRENCE HARDWARE / Tilton 



Savina Hartwell Bandstand / Tilton Island Park 

Underwritten in part by the Town's of Tilton & NorthGeld, presented by Alan Hartwell 

Add'l Advertising Support provided by Providian National Bank / Tilton & Belmont 

Supplemental Funding provided by the Savina Hartwell Memorial Projects Fund 



127 



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REPORT TO THE PEOPLE OF DISTRICT ONE 

BY Raymond S. Burton, Executive Councilor 



As one of your elected public servants, I am honored to report to vou in my role as Executive Councilor for District 

One. 

My Constitutional and legal responsibilities while serving in this position parallel those of a Board of Directors. We 

administer state law and budgets passed by the XH House and Senate. We also must comply with federal laws and 

regulations when we accept federal programs, projects and grants. 

One Responsibility of the Governor and Council is to seek citizens willing to serve on the state volunteer boards 

and commissions. It is important that your region be well represented. If you are interested in serving on a board or 

commission, please send your letter of interest and resume to my office or directly to: 

Kathy Goode 

Director of Appointments/Liaison to the Council 

Governor's Office, State House 

10" North Main Street 

Concord, XH 03301 

(603)271-2121 

Visit the Secretary of State's website to see what is available/ op en at: 

www.sos.nh.gov/redbook/index.htm 

Sources of information from my office to you include: 
The New Hampshire Consutution 
Official XH Highway Map 

Organizational Chart of XH State Government 
XH Political Calendar 2006-0" 
XH Executive Council brochure 
Listing of toll-free phone numbers for resources and informauon 

Effective email/website source includes: 

www.nh.gov for all state agencies; executive, legislative, state personnel, licensing boards, and much more. 

www.nh.gov / council includes duties, minutes of meetings, agendas for upcoming meetings and the history of the 

Executive Council 

bcheney'S.nheom.state.nh.us Bruce Cheney, Bureau Chief all emergency management matters 

www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/members/' All XH House Members email addresses 

www.gencourt.state.nh.us/senate/members All XH State Senate Members email addresses 

I am alwavs available to assist you and your region in solving issues and concerns of importance to you. 



IT IS A PLEASURE TO SERVE DISTRICT ONE 



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Town of Tilton, NH 

Schedule of Meetings 



Budget Committee 


2 nd Wednesday 


7:30pm 


Town Hall 


Conservation Commission 


3 rd Monday 


7:00pm 


Town Hall 


Library Trustees 


1 st Tuesday 


5:30pm 


Library 


Park Commission 


As needed 




Town Hall 


Planning Board 
(July & August) 


2 nd & 4 th Tuesday 
2 nd Tuesday 


6:30pm 
6:30pm 


Town Hall 
Town Hall 


Selectmen 


Every other 
Thursday 


6:00pm 


Town Hall 


Sewer Commission 
Hall 


3 rd Thursday 1\\ 


30pm Town 


Trustees of the 
Trust Funds 


As needed 




Town Hall 


Zoning Board of Adjustment 
(no meetings in December) 


3 rd Tuesday 


7:00pm 


Town Hall 




"Christmas Time in Tilton" 



Photo b\ : Rebecca McKenne\